Classic Mode Takes Center Stage in New Rock Band VR Video; Final Setlist and First DLC Revealed

on March 16, 2017 4:34 PM

Harmonix released a new video for Rock Band VR today that showcases the game’s classic mode, and also revealed the final setlist and first DLC for the game before its launch next week.

Classic Mode lets one play the game with Rock Band’s familiar “note highway”, and will have its own leaderboards. Harmonix also revealed the nineteen more songs that will be available in the game at launch, which you can see below:

  • Band of Horses – “Casual Party”
  • The Black Cheers – “(You’re) Breakin’ Up”
  • blink-182 – “Bored To Death”
  • Blondfire – “True Confessions”
  • Disturbed – “Down With The Sickness”
  • Dream Theater – “Pull Me Under”
  • Fleetwood Mac – “Go Your Own Way”
  • The Go-Go’s – “We Got The Beat”
  • The Hunna – “You & Me”
  • Kaleo – “Glass House”
  • Kings of Leon – “Use Somebody”
  • Pierce The Veil – “Circles”
  • Ramones – “I Wanna Be Sedated”
  • Rage Against The Machine – “Testify”
  • Rush – “Freewill (Vault Edition)”
  • Survivor – “Eye of the Tiger”
  • Tracy Bonham – “Mother Mother”
  • Weezer – “Say It Ain’t So”
  • The Who – “Won’t Get Fooled Again”

This brings the total number of songs in the game at release to 50. You can check out the full setlist of songs that will be in the game at launch and listen to them on Spotify here. The developers didn’t stop there though, and also announced the first batch of DLC for the game. The following six Aerosmith songs will be available on the Oculus Store for $2.99 per track:

  • Aerosmith – “Angel”
  • Aerosmith – “Crazy”
  • Aerosmith – “I Don’t Want to Miss a Thing”
  • Aerosmith – “Janie’s Got A Gun”
  • Aerosmith – “Livin’ On The Edge”
  • Aerosmith – “Rag Doll”

You can watch the classic mode video below. Rock Band VR will be available for Oculus Rift on PC March 23.

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Tomas Franzese is a Staff Writer at DualShockers, writing a variety of reviews and shedding light on upcoming games for both PC and consoles. While he has been a gamer most of his life, he began writing for DualShockers in 2016 and has almost never put his computer or a controller down since.