Rocksmith+ launches on PC

Rocksmith+ launches today

Ubisoft converted its popular Rocksmith franchise into a paid subscription service.

For over the past decade, Rocksmith has been the premier music-learning software, teaching players how to play acoustic, bass, and electric guitar with their favorite songs. Now Ubisoft has brought the franchise back with a new subscription-based service.

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According to Ubisoft, Rocksmith has helped more than five million people learn how to play the guitar. The new subscription hopes to build upon that success story. The service includes a library of more than 5,000 songs from labels like Sony Music, Universal and more.

“Building upon 10 years of successful music teaching experience from a team of musicians, music educators and video game developers at Ubisoft San Francisco, Rocksmith+ provides a fun and personalized experience for players of all skill levels,” the company says.

Rocksmith+

Players can expect music from countries all around the world across a variety of genres such as rock ‘n roll, metal, pop, Latin, and hip-hop. Ubisoft says that new songs are added each week from artists such as The Clash, Juan Gabriel, Alicia Keys, Santana, and more.

For returning players, Rocksmith+ has a loyalty offer for Rocksmith 2014 owners and closed beta participants who purchase a Rocksmith+ subscription for three or twelve months. Those players will get bonus time in their first billing cycle: one month free for those who purchase a 3-month plan and three months free for those who purchase a 12-month plan.

Rocksmith+ is available exclusively through the Ubisoft Store. A one-month subscription costs $14.99. A three-month subscription is $39.99 and a 12-month annual subscription is $99.99.

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