Rocksmith Plus Is a Subscription Service, PC Beta Registrations Begin Today

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Rocksmith Plus is in the works according to a marketing email sent by guitar maker Gibson. What’s more is, Rocksmith Plus will be a subscription service with a closed beta on PC for which registrations begin today. These details have leaked ahead of Ubisoft’s E3 2021 event, Ubisoft Forward.

In addition to being a subscription service, Rocksmith Plus will work with various Gibson, Kramer, and Epiphone guitar models. The email cites the need for ‘fine-tuning’ as the reason for its closed beta which includes features such as:

  • Realtime Feedback – Connect your instrument for accurate note detection
  • Riff Repeater – Control song speeds so you can practice at your own pace
  • An Expansive Library – Choose from a vast and ever-growing library of songs

No information regarding Rocksmith Plus pricing was made available neither are any details on its subscription service features or pricing. Safe to say we should see some of these surface at Ubisoft Forward.

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Originally for the PS3 and Xbox 360, Rocksmith launched in 2011 and was followed by Rocksmith 2014 in 2013 for PC, PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, and Xbox One. Rocksmith Plus appears to be a sequel to these games.

This latest leak follows recent leaks for Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope and Far Cry 6‘s season pass, both of which should also show up at Ubisoft Forward. We wonder if there are any surprises left for the publishing giant’s event.


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