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Harmonix Adds 2 Further Tracks to Rock Band VR’s Library this Month

The songs come from The Weeknd and Twenty One Pilots.

Harmonix’s Rock Band VR has been out for several months now and in that time the studio’s released a steady stream of DLC tracks for users to continue jamming to. This month is no different, with two new tracks getting added to the rock library.

Coming to the Oculus Rift and Touch exclusive experience are The Weeknd’s Can’t Feel My Face and Twenty One Pilots’ Stressed Out for fans to enjoy. These will be released next Wednesday, 7th June, 2017, retailing for $2.99 USD per track.

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Rock Band VR is an immersive reimagining of the classic guitar playing series, where gamers find themselves in front of a virtual audience, ready to thrash out chords and rifts in a more organic setting. VRFocus reviewed the title, giving it 4 stars and saying: “Rock Band VR is definitely built around having as much fun with the experience as possible. There’s no right way or wrong way to any of it, just the sheer enjoyment of playing some classic tunes in a far more relaxed manner.”

Since the March launch Harmonix has released DLC in to form of Green Day and White Stripes last month, with six tunes from rockers Aerosmith in April.

VRFocus will continue its coverage of Rock Band VR, reporting back with any further updates.

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