Each and every week the Rocksmith guitar gods deliver a new song pack for all axe grinders to embrace and enjoy. These usually focus on a band, a genre, or a decade, bringing a number of individually priced tunes, and a full song pack for us to try and master. This week though things are a little different. For we see no centralisation on a band, nor a genre – instead we get gifted the pleasure of a full song pack with tunes ripped straight out of the very best Ubisoft titles. If you want to evoke some proper memories, the Ubisoft Music Song Pack more than delivers.

Containing tunes from the likes of Assassin’s Creed II, Black Flag, Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon and more, the Ubisoft Music Song Pack for Rocksmith 2014 or Rocksmith Remastered delivers the following tunes…

  • Ezio’s Family
  • Assassin’s Creed IV Black Flag Main Theme
  • Blood Dragon Theme (Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon)
  • Strategy and Spying
  • The Ballad of Clutch Nixon

In another slight twist from the norm, we also see this pack coming in with a super cheap price point – that of £3.99/$4.99 – with no individual purchase available.

You can grab the Ubisoft Music Song Pack right now from the Xbox Store, or the PlayStation equivalent, with rockers on Xbox One, Xbox 360, PS3 and PS4 all in line for some gaming pleasures.

Will you be picking up this pack? Does the omission of tunes from a proper band put you off, or should the Rocksmith DLC team continue embracing some of the best in-game music? Let us know your full thoughts in the comments below.

DLC Description:

Play “Ezio’s Family”, “Assassin’s Creed IV Black Flag Main Theme”, “Blood Dragon Theme (Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon)”, “Strategy and Spying” and “The Ballad of Clutch Nixon” on any electric guitar. Bass included. Each song includes a new Authentic Tone. NOTE: Rocksmith® 2014 game disc is required for play. Music credits available at www.rocksmith.com. Music Downloads not rated by PEGI.

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