Back in June, Ubisoft announced that its guitar learning software Rocksmith is now Rocksmith+ for mobile, PC, and consoles. This interactive music learning subscription service will teach bass, acoustic guitar, and electric guitar across all supported devices. The mobile app is set to include master recordings, real time feedback, and with plans to be supported for years with new songs, lessons, learning modes, tools, and more. Today, Ubisoft announced that Rocksmith+ has been delayed to 2022. The delay will allow the team to incorporate feedback from the closed beta and deliver a smoother experience for all players. Check out the dev diary post with what changes and improvements are being made here. If you missed it, watch the Rocksmith+ trailer below:
Ubisoft’s Google Play Store listing for Rocksmith+ mentions thousands of songs to start with and plans to grow the library by millions more in the future. Rocksmith+ will include Riff Repeater, Video Lessons, MIDI playback, Chord Explorer, and more as tools. As revealed before, Rocksmith+ will also let you use any guitar or bass here through the mobile mic or by plugging in through an audio adapte and it will include Rocksmith Workshop letting players add their own arrangements for any songs. Rocksmith+ aims to include songs from genres like metal, hip hop, pop, country, and more. Check out the official website here. While a new release window is yet to be revealed, Rocksmith+ is currently set for 2022 release with today’s delay announcement. Did you play Rocksmith on any platform before and what would you like to see in Rocksmith+ when it eventually launches?