Ever since launch of FUSER back in November 2020, the Harmonix team behind it have been throwing out DLC drops left, right and centre; pretty much on a weekly basis. That’s the trend which looks set to continue too, especially through April when a host of new tracks have already been detailed – both of the free and paid variety.
FUSER puts you in charge of the decks, mixing up tunes, building the atmosphere and then dropping the beats to the hundreds and thousands of party-going fans before you. It’s a brilliant take on the club/festival scene, and with Harmonix having already having nailed matters with Rock Band, it’s a great way of getting a more modern musical fix.
It launched on Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, PS4, PS5, Nintendo Switch and PC back in November, and since that time the ‘crates’ that power the game have been consistently enhanced with all manner of tracks, visuals and costumes. It’s the tracks which we are most interested in though, with BLACKPINK, Ricky Martin, Harry Styles and Linkin Park amongst those stars that have already hogged the limelight.
April will see the downloadable content additions continue at pace, with a slew of new tunes readying themselves for play. These come in paid and free varieties and will ensure that no matter what time of day it is, the FUSER party will continue to flow.
If you’re looking to expand your horizons with FUSER in April 2021, then the following should be considered…
- Free Sheets “Don’t You Dare”
- La Guerra Naranja “Una Noche Más”
- Winnage “The Night Porter”
- ximena “pi de limón”
- Anthrax “Among The Living”
- Darude “Sandstorm”
- Ja Rule ft. Ashanti “Always On Time”
- Lady Gaga & BLACKPINK “Sour Candy”
- The Offspring “Self Esteem”
- Panic! At The Disco “Dancing’s Not A Crime”
Of course, in order to enjoy any of the tunes above you will need a copy of the base FUSER experience to hand. We’ll point you to the Xbox Store where you can grab it for Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S. It’s also present on PS4, PS5, Nintendo Switch and PC.
Let us know in the comments which of the tunes for April you decide to grab. Surely The Offspring and Darude’s ‘Sandstorm’ are club staples that shouldn’t be missed.