UBISOFT UNVEILS ROCKSMITH™, A REVOLUTIONARY NEW MUSIC VIDEO GAME

    

    

London, UK– March 15, 2011 – Today, Ubisoft announced the development of Rocksmith, a new video game franchise that is set to revolutionize the music genre. Rocksmith is the first and only game where players can plug  any  real guitar with a standard quarter-inch input jack into an Xbox 360 ® video game and entertainment system from Microsoft, a PlayStation ®3 computer entertainment system or PC, and play through an in-depth library of music including everything from the latest hits to classic rock songs.

Featuring gameplay that automatically adjusts to the player’s skill level and innovative game design that makes reading music visually fun and intuitive, Rocksmith engages experienced musicians and those who are picking up a guitar for the first time. The game includes a sizeable library of music from classic rock bands to current artists, such as The Animals, The Black Keys, David Bowie, Interpol, Nirvana, and The Rolling Stones,.

“Rocksmith is the most authentic and addictive music game ever created,” said Geoffroy Sardin, HQ Chief Marketing&Sales Officer at Ubisoft EMEA. “Whether a beginner or a seasoned guitarist, players can progress at their own speed and walk away from the game with the ability to play songs by memory.  Rocksmith is the only video game that gets players stage-ready.”

Developed by Ubisoft, Rocksmith is slated to be released in the second half of calendar year 2011.  For more information on Rocksmith, please follow the game on Facebook at www.facebook.com/rocksmithgame, or visit  www.rocksmith.com.

 


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