fuser premier pack 01

For the last few weeks we’ve seen FUSER players granted access to a number of new tunes, accessories, items and more. Today is no different, but this time round we’re getting some music gods roll out through the FUSER Premier Pack 01.

The Premier Pack 01 is Harmonix’s latest attempt at dragging up even more enthusiasm for their party starting DJ-a-thon, FUSER, delivering players the chance to add in three new tracks to their crate of musical melodies. 

Priced up at £4.49 the Premier Pack 01 contains three tunes as follows, with each of them also available individually for the usual £1.69 price point…

  • Dua Lipa – “New Rules”
  • The Killers – “Mr. Brightside”
  • Khalid – “Young Dumb & Broke”

Each of these tracks cover a different genre type but all will fit in to the FUSER way of life brilliantly. If you’re looking for the fan favourite Dua Lipa, the riffs of The Killers or the laid back flow of Khalid, you’re in the right place with these DLC drops. 

Of course, you’ll need a copy of the base game to hand – either the Standard Edition or that of the VIP Edition will suit – but from there on out the Xbox Store, the PlayStation Store, PC offerings or the Nintendo eShop will sort out players on all formats – Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, PS4, PS5, Nintendo Switch and PC – with either the individual songs or the Premier Pack 01.

Let us know in the comments if you’ll be adding the likes of The Killers to your setlist. If not, maybe the crazy life and Ricky Martin is more suited to your smooth style? Frankly the list of different tracks available in FUSER is already bordering on the ridiculous and with more weekly content drops promised by Harmonix in much the same way as they do for their Rock Band franchise, we should expect to see a host more tunes arrive in the weeks ahead.

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