New Guitar Hero Live DLC Songs Revealed, See Them Here
Turn it up to 11.
Activision's Guitar Hero Live is adding six new tracks this week, including songs from The White Stripes, Evanescence, and Iggy Pop, among others. The full list of new songs is available below the video.
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The following playable music videos will be available in Guitar Hero Live's GHTV mode this week:
- The White Stripes – "Seven Nation Army"
- Iggy Pop – "Real Wild Child (Wild One)"
- Leon Bridges – "Coming Home"
- Evanescence – "Going Under"
- Bully – "Trying"
- Lonely The Brave – "Victory Line"
In all, Activision plans to release more than 70 new Guitar Hero Live songs for GHTV by the end of the year. These songs are available to play through Premium Shows, which you can unlock by achieving three stars on three different tracks in GHTV or the catalog of existing songs.
After one week, Premium Show songs are added to the GHTV on-demand catalog and a week after that, they are added to the regular channel rotation. You can also spend real-world money to play these songs whenever you want.
Guitar Hero Live launched in October 2015. GameSpot's Guitar Hero Live review scored the game a 6/10, with critic Scott Butterworth lamenting its use of microtransactions in particular.
"Guitar Hero Live's reinvented mechanics makes music-driven gameplay fresh and fun again, and while that's a truly massive and meaningful change for the genre as a whole, the campaign's off-putting presentation and GHTV's unpleasant microtransactions all sour the experience built up around that gameplay," he said. "Still, this successful innovation alone might be reason enough to grab a new axe and rock out regardless."
For more on the critical reception to Guitar Hero Live, check out this roundup of scores from other publications.
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