When Guitar Hero Live was first revealed earlier this month, we saw an entire revamp of the majorly popular rhythm series. With a new button layout on the guitar controller, and a focus on realism, it was apparent that this isn’t the same series that we saw in 2010.
Now the first ten songs in the new game have been revealed, and they’re definitely different from what we saw in previous games.
Activision, teasing at least 100 songs at launch between the online mode and the first person offline, released the following list of songs:
- Ed Sheeran – Sing
- American Authors – Best Day of My Life
- Jake Bugg – What Doesn’t Kill You
- Gary Clark Jr – Don’t Owe You a Thang
- Band of Skulls – Asleep at the Wheel
- Of Monsters and Men – Little Talks
- Alter Bridge – Cry of Achilles
- Biffy Clyro – Sounds Like Balloons
- Blitz Kids – Sometimes
- The War on Drugs – Under the Pressure
It’s also apparent from the game’s
reveal trailer that “Gold on the Ceiling” by The Black Keys will be included. From the looks of it, Guitar Hero Live is going for a much more mainstream and modern tracklist, as opposed to the classic rock previously featured in the series.
Guitar Hero Live launches this Fall on PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, Xbox One, Wii U, and mobile platforms for $99.99.
So, what do you think of the first 10 songs in
Guitar Hero Live? Is it anything like what you expected? Hit the comments section to give us your opinion!