Accordingly, the art of the upcoming Guitar Hero will take on a more realistic perspective, moving away from the franchise’s traditional cartoonish approach. Also, the edition will incorporate new guitar peripherals. Apparently, the game is being designed in order to work with both Xbox One and PlayStation 4 and official teasers or reports are to be released sometime in June, as indicated by the aforementioned sources.
It seems that 2015 may be the year of the music games revival. Harmonix has just discharged new content for Rock Band, the organization’s own musical franchise, after almost two years of staying in the dark.
Apart from that fairly suspicious move, Harmonix started a poll asking fans which consoles they had, which parts of Rock Band they enjoyed the most, and whether they still used or owned their old plastic guitars and drum units.
A Harmonix report announced in January that numerous users still connected to Rock Band consistently, plus other individuals playing logged off.
Concerning Guitar Hero, Activision offers send an email remark:
“We don’t comment on rumor or speculation, but have previously said, that as one of the most beloved entertainment franchises, we would only bring Guitar Hero back if we developed the right innovations to usher the franchise into the new generation of gaming.”
The comment certainly hints something so, Xbox One and PS4 holders ought to start stretch their fake-guitar-strummin’ fingers.
In the beginning of 2000’s, Guitar Hero first made its entrance on stage and totally changed the gaming world for the following decade. The game was pretty easy-peasy. Take a fake guitar, press the suitable buttons when the screen ask you, and strum an alternate plastic dongle when requested.
The recipe becamen rapidly popular producing countless of series and spinoffs, along with a a full-on separate game genre sourced by the plastic instruments and incorporating diversions like Rock Band, DJ Hero and Rocksmith (which uses a real guitar).
This period of acting like a rock stars looks like might soon make a comeback with the new Guitar Hero possibly being reported at E3 2015.
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