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Rocksmith+ release date set for 6 September

The subscription includes more than 5,000 songs at launch.

Ubisoft’s Rocksmith+ has a release date of 6 September and will launch with over 5,000 songs, the publisher has today declared.

The subscription service will be exclusive to Windows PC and will include songs from artists like The Clash, Juan Gabriel, Eurythmics, Cake, Muddy Waters, Natalia Lafourcade, Alicia Keys, Boston, Martinho Da Vila, Peter Tosh, Santana and Van Morrison on day one.

“The new subscription service will have the largest catalog of official songs ever offered in a music learning service, and will be regularly adding songs with millions more to come through partnerships with famed labels such as Sony and Universal,” Ubisoft added.

The service will allow users to connect real electric, acoustic and bass guitars to their PC with a Real Tone Cable or Rocksmith+ mobile app. The full service will be offered on mobile later this year.

Australian pricing has yet to be confirmed, but Rocksmith+ will cost $19.95 AUD or $15 USD for one month, $54.95 AUD or $40 USD for three months or $139.95 AUD or $100 USD for a year.

Are you excited for Rocksmith+? Why or why not?

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