Popular video game Guitar Hero routinely enlists a top-quality roster for their soundtrack, and their 2015 installment Guitar Hero Live marks the most diverse artist exhibition thus far. Music producer phenomenon Skrillex has made several appearances in previous Guitar Hero editions with older selections including “Scary Monsters and Nice Sprites,” “Cinema,” “First of the Year,” and more. But the new Guitar Hero Live takes things to the next level.
You can watch the trailer for the video game below.
The biggest difference between Guitar Hero Live and the older versions of the game is that gamers will receive a complete virtual experience in regards to performing on stage live. While the objective seems to target stage fright, gamers will now have the option of performing in front of massive crowds, just like Skrillex. Other artists to be included in Guitar Hero Live’s soundtrack are The Black Keys, Ed Sheeran, The Rolling Stones and many more. The track list is still under wraps, but you can check out the full list of artists here.
The game is scheduled to be released in fall 2015 to Xbox One, Xbox 360, PlayStation 4, Playstation 3 and Wii U. You can pre-order it here.
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