Rocksmith 2014 has been an nifty tool to teach players the basics of rock n' roll, using a real guitar to strum along to an on-screen simulator, and even arcade games, as they learn and play on. Now, it could be making its debut in the next-gen arena.
PlayStation Lifestyle has reported that the game has been given a T for Teen rating over on the ESRB page, and it's gotten a rating over at the Korean Game Ratings Board as well. This is for both Xbox One and PlayStation 4.
In addition, it's also seen some retail listings, as Zavvi shows pre-orders for it, and Amazon Italy also had a previous listing for its release, though it's since been taken down.
Ubisoft hasn't confirmed the ports of the game just yet, but there's still plenty of time to announce them for the holiday season. Plus, let's be honest, a guitar hooked up to an Xbox One wouldn't be a bad thing, right?
Robert Workman posted a new article, Report: Rocksmith 2014 coming to Xbox One and PS4.
ESRB and Korean rating listings indicate that the music sim is next-gen bound.
A real guitar is too difficult. Where is Rockband or Guitar Hero? We are nerds, not musicians.