Rock Band 4 Getting $50 Pro Cymbals, More DLC Songs Announced
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Rock Band 4 is getting new gear and songs. Harmonix on Monday announced a Pro-Cymbals expansion kit and more DLC songs are coming to the newly released music game later this year.
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The Pro-Cymbals kit comes with crash, ride, and hi-hat cymbals, which feature 10-degree strike angle support and can detect soft and hard hits. Connect them to the new Rock Band 4 drumkit (the only drumkit the new cymbal pack will work with) and you'll get to try the game's Pro Mode.
This adds even more challenge to drumming experience. You'll probably only want to do this if you've already mastered the game on Expert...or if your name is Mike Portnoy.
You can preorder the Pro-Cymbals kit from Mad Catz's website today for $50. The kit ships this holiday. For a closer look, click through the images in the gallery below.
Harmonix also today announced a handful of new Rock Band 4 DLC tracks. The full list of songs arriving on October 13 is below. You can buy them for $2 each.
- Alabama Shakes -- "Don't Wanna Fight"
- Breaking Benjamin -- "Failure"
- Death From Above 1979 -- "Trainwreck 1979"
- The Pretty Reckless -- "Follow Me Down"
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