Ubisoft's guitar videogame is heading to Sony and Microsoft's next gen consoles.
Learning the guitar is no mean feat, however you do it, but Ubisoft's Rocksmith claims to be 'the fastest wait to learn guitar', and it's now heading to PS4 and Xbox One on 7th November 2014.
About a month ago it appeared the game was coming to the next gen consoles due to it being listed on the ESRB ratings board, and now it's been confirmed.
Rocksmith isn't like the other music games you may have heard of or played, such as Guitar Hero or Rock Band, whilst those games are fun, they never truly taught you how to play an instrument. But, with Rocksmith your controller is a real guitar - the standard edition of the game comes with a Rocksmith Real Tone Cable which hooks up to your guitar at one end and your console at the other. You have to have your own guitar, of course, but you'll be able to learn as you play, and eventually shred.
The game comes with over 50 tracks, and there's over 300 more available to buy with additional add-on content each week. If you owned the previous version of the game on eiter PS3 or Xbox 360 you'll be able to transfer the tracks you've already bought to the newer versions of those consoles. So, PS3 to PS4, and Xbox 360 to Xbox One.
The PS4 version also supports remote play via the PS Vita.
Rocksmith 2014 Edition is due for release on 7th November 2014 for PS4 and Xbox One.