Can’t get enough of the content drops that hit Rocksmith? This week sees even more tunes arrive and while we don’t see the action centred on a specific band or genre, it’s great to see a Rockin’ Covers pack launch, particularly when the songs included are so damn good.
Available for purchase and download right now for Rocksmith 2014 Edition and Rocksmith Remastered is the Rockin’ Covers Song Pack II, delivering a triple tune set of the finest covers from the musical landscape.
Priced up at £6.39, from my point of view it is the brilliant ska punk legends Reel Big Fish who are starring, with their cover of Aha’s ‘Take on Me’ ripped straight from their ‘Why Do They Rock So Hard’ album, after covering it for the 1998 film, BASEketbal. Yet while that is the standout tune, it is just one of three available in the Rockin’ Covers pack, with the whole bundle running as follows:
- Reel Big Fish – Take on Me
- Joan Jett – Louie Louie
- Nightwish – Over the Hills and Far Away
If you can’t stretch to that full price than picking up a singular tune is more than possible. You see, each of the tracks are also available at £2.39 each, and so that means those just interested in Reel Big Fish but not Joan Jett, can do so.
As always, to get involved with this latest Rocksmith song pack you’ll need to hop your way over to the Xbox Store or PlayStation Store, whereby you’ll be able to grab the content for Xbox One, Xbox 360, PS4 or PS4. You will obviously need the base game of Rocksmith to hand – either the 2014 Edition or Remastered version – but anyone interested in learning guitar should already have that in place. After all, Rocksmith is the fastest way to learn guitar and if you aren’t sold with this brilliant pack, there are always tons of other tunes available to purchase.