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We’ve had all manner of tunes arrive into the Rocksmith library over the years, with many bands, genres and even new lessons arrive for purchase. Today though we see the Rocksmith gods change tact slightly, going with a themed pack like no other. A WWE Wrestling Themed Song Pack no less.

Available to purchase and download into either Rocksmith 2014 Edition or the later Rocksmith Remastered on Xbox One, Xbox 360, PS3 or PS4 is the Rocksmith Wrestling Pack. Priced up at £6.69, and running with a trio of the most electrifying musical additions in sports entertainment which will be well known to fans of the WWE scene, we find the entrance themes for no other than Stone Cold Steve Austin, Chris Jericho and the unmistakable The Rock in place.

That means Rocksmith players will get access to learn the following Jim Johnston classics…

  • Electrifying (The Rock)
  • Break the Walls Down (Chris Jericho)
  • I Won’t Do What You Tell Me (Stone Cold Steve Austin)

There is every chance that this slightly niche song pack will only really appeal to those who enjoy the antics of the WWE scene, and those left looking for new tunes from worldwide bands may be left wanting, but with the skills of Jim Johnston behind each tune – he’s famous for creating some of the most memorable entrance themes for the WWE Superstars along with the audio for many a show theme – you can fast understand why this pack will be of huge appeal to fans of WWE.

As always, to get access to this latest Rocksmith Wrestling Theme Song pack you’ll need to visit the Xbox Store (Xbox One and Xbox 360), or the PlayStation Store (PS3 and PS4), and will need a copy of Rocksmith 2014 Edition or Rocksmith Remastered in place. If you can’t stretch the wallet to a purchase of the full pack, then each of the tunes are also available for just £2.49 each.

If you haven’t yet checked out the fastest way to learn guitar but are temped by what this latest Wrestling Theme Song Pack brings then make sure you have a little read of our review of Rocksmith on Xbox One. And don’t forget, if you do already have the game in place and really need some new content to learn and master, there have been a whole slew of weekly song drops arrive. There will no doubt be more next week too!

Ties in nicely with the reveal of the WWE 2K20 cover stars, release date and mode details, eh!

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