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After a 275-week encore, Harmonix has announced that they will discontinue weekly DLC releases for Rock Band 3 on April 2. But don’t worry Rock Band fans, there will still be plenty of new songs released between now and then:
While there is no content currently scheduled beyond April 2nd, we still have DLC releases lined up for the next few weeks, including the remaining tracks from Rock Band Blitz, several Pro Guitar upgrades, and a handful of artists who have not yet appeared in Rock Band.
Since the first track packs were made available to download on November 20, 2007, Harmonix has released over 4,000 songs through the Rock Band Music Store. Without weekly DLC to keep them busy, the team at Harmonix has announced they’ll be moving on to the multiple new titles they have in development.
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