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Ubisoft’s music learning subscription service Rocksmith+ has announced that it will hit the PC platform (exclusive to the Ubisoft Store) on September 6.

At the Ubisoft Preview in June 2021, Ubisoft officially unveiled a subscription service: Rocksmith+. The service allows users to learn guitar and bass by playing their favorite songs, and is an updated version of the previous Rocksmith. The service was originally scheduled to launch on PC platforms in summer 2021, with Xbox Series X|S, PS5, Xbox One and PS4 console versions scheduled for fall 2021.

This Ubisoft subscription course supports acoustic guitar, electric guitar, and bass, covering different genres of music such as rock, classic, indie, alternative, hip-hop, pop, metal, country, Latin, and R&B. When Rocksmith+ is released, it will have the most authentic arrangements of the artist’s original songs, and all songs in the library will be playable in chords for humming and strumming.

Ubisoft says Rocksmith+ currently offers 5,000 songs, including songs from Alicia Keys, The Clash and Santana, and claims to add “millions” of new songs in the future.

For support, users can also use the “Rocksmith+ Connect” mobile app to turn their phones into microphones while playing acoustic or electric guitars and amplifiers. By pairing a mobile device with a PC or host computer, a ready microphone can track the guitar’s performance, allowing users to play without the need for additional equipment. For PC users, Rocksmith+ is compatible with Real Tone cables and electronic or acoustic instruments that have a guitar interface, and supports well-known brands such as Gibson, Epiphone, Kramer, Ibanez, Ernie Ball Music Man, Marshall, Orange and Mesa / Boogie. guitar brands.

For support, users can also use the “Rocksmith+ Connect” mobile app to turn their phones into microphones while playing acoustic or electric guitars and amplifiers. By pairing a mobile device with a PC or host computer, a ready microphone can track the guitar’s performance, allowing users to play without the need for additional equipment. For PC users, Rocksmith+ is compatible with Real Tone cables and electronic or acoustic instruments that have a guitar interface and supports well-known brands such as Gibson, Epiphone, Kramer, Ibanez, Ernie Ball Music Man, Marshall, Orange and Mesa / Boogie. guitar brands.

IT House has learned that Rocksmith+ offers a variety of subscription options, with 1-month, 3-month, and 12-month subscriptions priced at $15 (about RMB 103.65), $40 (about RMB 276.4), and $100 (about RMB 691), respectively, and that the country region does not appear to be online yet, nor is the console version.

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