Rock Band 4 and Instruments to Cost $250

It's not cheap to be a rockstar.

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Update: Harmonix has clarified that the bundle with the game and a guitar will be $120, not $170.

E3 2015 is about to get underway, but news about Rock Band is already appearing. According listings from retailers Amazon and Toys R Us, Rock Band 4 and instruments will cost you $250 together.

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The bundle includes the game, a wireless guitar, a drum set, and a USB microphone. All that's missing is the additional guitar to complete your four-person group. But the most interesting thing about this kit is that the price is much higher than the bundle for the original Rock Band. That game, which came out in 2007, was sold in a bundle with a guitar, drum kit, and microphone for only $170.

If you just want to grab Rock Band 4 with a guitar, another listing shows that bundle at $170. However, if you already own instruments from previous Rock Band games, you can use those to play the upcoming game.

Rock Band 4 launches later this year for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, but don't expect it to come to PC anytime soon. You can check out our impressions of the game here. Keep an eye on GameSpot for all news about Rock Band that comes out of E3 this week.

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