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New tunes and clothing packs bring the party to FUSER


Upon launch of FUSER at the start of November, you could bet your bottom dollar that Harmonix would be looking to support the game post-launch, with multiple DLC packs, much like they have done over the years for their Rock Band franchise. Even though the base game (at least the VIP base game) came with 100 odd songs included, just a couple of weeks from launch and we see the first batch of new tunes roll out to the party scene. 

Available to purchase and download right now for FUSER on Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, PS4, PS5, Nintendo Switch and PC are no less than four new DLC packs for the game, all of which should ensure that once that party gets started, there is no stopping it. 

Priced from £1.69, we see three new tracks hit the game, with offerings from ScHoolboy Q, Tag Team  and Maroon 5. And sitting pretty alongside those three is a slightly more expensive clothing pack – the Premium Look Pack: Streetwear for £2.49. It is that pack whcih consists of four clothing items – hat, jacket, pants and boots – and should allow you to help get the vibe moving a tad easier. 

But what about those new songs, after-all, it’s the tunes that make FUSER so good, no? You’re right, and the following are the three included this time around…

In order to add any of these four DLC bits in to the game, you just need to pop along to your favoured digital store, with ours – that of the Xbox Store – catering for those feeling the beat on Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S. You’ll obviously need the base game to hand in order to enjoy what they bring, but we’re guessing you knew that already. 

We fully expect Harmonix to continue pushing out new tracks and clothing packs (and possibly set options) in the days, weeks and months ahead. The best way to get access to all of them is by purchasing the FUSER Backstage Pass.

Keep an eye out for articles like this, from us, as and when they drop.  In the meantime, let us know in the comments what you’d like to see added to FUSER. 

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