PS3 Rock Band 2 due Oct. 19, PS2/Wii in December

  • Microsoft's third-party strategy in staying competitive within the console race continues to be clear: Identify the highest-profile games in order to find some way to enable them to be better around the Xbox 360. For MTV Games and Harmonix's hit rhythm game Rock Band 2, the publisher was capable to Buy FIFA 19 Coins and finagle a "first on 360" deal, whereby the experience would go to a timed exclusivity window turning it into available for purchase only on Microsoft's console.    

    That period has become rapidly drawing to your close. Confirming retailers' expectations, MTV Games said today that Rock Band 2 are going to be available with the PlayStation 3 beginning October 19, while using Wii and PlayStation 2 releases following in December.     

    Beginning Sunday, gamers can come up up the Xbox 360 and PS3 stand-alone software for $59.99. The game will likely be entirely on both consoles within a $189.99 special-edition bundle that features the newly designed drum set, guitar, and mic. MTV Games will even be offering an $89.99 stand-alone drum kit and $69.99 solo guitar package to the PS3 and PlayStation 2.    

    MTV Games also revealed more details about the Wii version of Rock Band 2. Along with all the PS2 edition, the Wii game will retail for $49.99, which has a special-edition bundle and stand-alone instruments following your same pricing outlined above. The game will range from the same 84 tracks a part of other versions on FIFA 19 Coins , and Wii owners will even qualify for MTV's previously promised bonus song downloads, in which registration is available.    

    The introduction of Rock Band 2 to the Wii can even rectify one in the central detriments of the predecessor, released in June. MTV Games said today that Wii renditions of previously released downloadable content will likely be rolled out a week "until the full back catalogue is accessible."   

    For read more about Rock Band 2, look into GameSpot's review with the Xbox 360 edition with the game.

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