Criss Burki Associate Community Manager at Harmonix has taken to the official PlayStation blog this week to reveal more details about the upcoming online Rock Band 4 multiplayer support that will be made available later this year.
It has been rumoured for some time that Harmonix has been considering supporting online multiplayer for Rock Band 4 and now it’s developers have announced that the feature will be added sometime in 2016.
Check out the video below to see a demonstration of the synchronous online multiplayer features that will be available within Rock Band 4 more details are expected to be unveiled during this year’s E3 games conference in a couple of months.
Harmonix has been talking about bringing online multiplayer to Rock Band 4 well before the game shipped. We consider Rock Band 4 to be not just a game, but the iconic band platform for this generation of gaming consoles. We’re dedicated to bringing players only the best in music rhythm gaming, and having the ability to play with your friends anytime, anywhere is just another step in this process. We’ve heard our community loud and clear — as one of our most commonly requested features, it’s time to bring online multiplayer to Rock Band 4.
Synchronous online multiplayer will be like Quickplay, modified to provide a fair and streamlined experience for console friends looking to play Rock Band 4 together online. We’ll be implementing enhancements on the back end to address issues for folks who don’t have the same DLC libraries and want a more fluid process for choosing songs together as a band (you all know that one person who would pick a song before you had the chance). Stay tuned for more details at E3!
For more information on the new online Rock Band 4 multiplayer feature jump over to the official PS Blog website for details following the link below.
Source: PS BlogFiled Under: Playstation, Top News, Xbox