Ubisoft’s Rocksmith+ subscription service launches September 6th. After nearly a year of delay, the guitar learning platform will be available on PC exclusively through the Ubisoft Store. 5,000 songs will be available at launch, including music from Alicia Keys, The Clash and Santana. Ubisoft says Rocksmith+ will feature “the largest catalog of official songs ever offered on a music learning service.” And the company has promised to add “millions” more tracks in the future.
If you played a previous version of Rocksmith or participated in the Closed Beta, you may be eligible for Loyalty Rewards. Sign up three months in advance and you’ll get one month free. You can also pay upfront for a year and Ubisoft will give you an additional three months for free. One, three, and 12 month subscriptions will cost $15, $40, and $100 per billing period.
Just note that you will need a way to connect an electric, acoustic or bass guitar to your computer. You can download the Rocksmith Plus Connect app on your iOS or Android device. It uses your phone’s builtin microphone to detect your game. You can also use Ubisoft’s Rocksmith Real Tone cable to connect the instrument.
Ubisoft doesn’t mention the previously announced PlayStation and Xbox versions of Rocksmith+, but says a mobile version will be released this fall.
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