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It’s hard to believe that there are any tracks that haven’t been given the Rocksmith treatment, with plenty of new offerings arriving weekly to bolster the catalogue of DLC. Nevertheless, Ubisoft have found three more songs for us to consider purchasing and mastering. Anyone fancy rocking out to a bit of Pat Benatar?

Whilst the latest trio of tracks might have first found fame in the late 70’s and early 80’s, there’s no doubt that if you hadn’t heard them back then, their usage in pop culture would’ve caught your attention since. These Pat Benatar tunes have been featured in the likes of Netflix series Mindhunter, Deadpool 2 and even other rhythm-based video games. The three that have been selected as DLC are now available for Rocksmith players to purchase separately for £2.49 on Xbox One, Xbox 360, PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3. Alternatively, the Pat Benatar Song Pack – priced at £6.69 – enables you to buy them all in a discounted bundle and contains the following tracks:

  • Heartbreaker
  • Hell Is For Children
  • We Belong

If you’re still spending your days mastering the way of the guitar with Rocksmith, then these latest songs should be more than welcome additions. Just head on over to the preferred digital store on your console of choice and pick them up for your ever-growing library, before unleashing your guitar playing skills.

Maybe you’re a bit late to the scene in getting involved with either Rocksmith 2014 Edition or Rocksmith Remastered though, in which case we’d like to point you in the direction our full review of the main game. Have a read and see if you might enjoy the learning experience it provides. Don’t forget to let us know which of these Rocksmith songs, if any, you are going to pick up by leaving a comment below. Failing that, you could hit us up on the usual social channels; just get in touch whichever way suits you as we’d love to know your thoughts.

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