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Latest DLC sees Stacy’s Mom Always bringing the Bodies to Rocksmith

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If you’re a Rocksmith player then you will no doubt already know about the huge range of DLC that hits the game on a weekly basis. Today we see that digital library of tunes increase once more, with a new Mix Pack of songs taken straight from the early 2000s – and this is a pack full of quality.

Available right now for Rocksmith 2014 Edition and Rocksmith Remastered players to purchase, download, play, enjoy and eventually master are three tunes that come together to make up the Rocksmith 2000s Mix Song Pack V. For anyone who found themselves down with the alternative scene of years gone by, are on the lookout for some new melodies to nail, or just love what blink-182, Fountains of Wayne or Drowning Pool have produced, then this latest DLC pack more than delivers the goods.

Included in the 2000s Mix Song Pack V for Rocksmith are:

  • blink-182 – Always
  • Fountains of Wayne – Stacy’s Mom
  • Drowning Pool – Bodies

As you can see, there are some proper classics included in this latest song pack to hit Rocksmith, and should you like what you are seeing, and want to hear more, then heading to a digital store near you is the best course of action. Each track is available to purchase individually for £2.39, while the full 2000s Mix Song Pack V will set you back £6.39. Obviously each and every rocker out there will have their own unique musical tastes, but for us, this is one of the best packs of recent weeks and is an instant purchase.

The Xbox Store will sort out Xbox One and Xbox 360 gamers, whilst the PlayStation Store will be more than happy to provide the PS3 and PS4 song makers the same opportunity, no matter whether you are working through things on the older Rocksmith 2014 Edition, or are found preferring the slightly more up-to-date Rocksmith Remastered your tutor of choice.

Let us know if you decide to pick up this content. The comments section is down below while our full review of Rocksmith on Xbox One is also available for perusal.

Neil Watton
Neil Wattonhttps://www.thexboxhub.com/
An Xbox gamer since 2002, I bought the big black box just to play Oddworld: Munch's Oddysee. I have since loved every second of the 360's life and am now just as obsessed with the Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S - mostly with the brilliant indie scene that has come to the fore. Gamertag is neil363, feel free to add me to your list.
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