Ubisoft’s Rocksmith+ guitar learning service arrives on PC next week

Ubisoft’s subscription service is coming September 6, according to the publisher. After a delay of nearly a year, the guitar learning platform will be available exclusively through the . With 5,000 songs available for lunch, including tunes from Alicia Keys, The Clash and Santana, Ubisoft claims Rocksmith+ will feature the “largest catalog of official songs ever offered in a music learning service.” Additionally, the company has pledged to add “millions” more tracks in the future.

If you played a previous version of Rocksmith or participated in the closed beta, you can take advantage of loyalty prizes. Subscribe three months in advance and get one month free. You can also prepay for a year of service and Ubisoft will give you an additional three months free. One, three, and 12-month subscriptions cost $15, $40, and $100 per billing cycle.

You need a way to connect your electric, acoustic, or bass guitar to your computer. Your first option is to download the Rocksmith Plus Connect app on an iOS or Android device. It uses your phone’s built-in microphone to detect your gameplay. Alternatively, you can use Ubisoft’s Rocksmith Real Tone Cable to connect your instrument. The advantage of the latter option is that you can add effects to your game. Ubisoft notes that it’s also possible to use a third-party audio interface, but not every single one will work and the company won’t offer you technical support in that case.

Notably, Ubisoft makes no mention of the previously announced PlayStation and Xbox versions of Rocksmith+. However, it is noted that the mobile version will arrive this fall.

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