Rocksmith 2014 opens Supermassive Black Hole with Muse DLC



Merriam-Webster defines stockholm syndrome as "the psychological tendency of a hostage to bond with, identify with, or sympathize with his or her captor." If Rocksmith 2014 is holding you captive, you can be downright ironic thanks to Muse's "Stockholm Syndrome," now available as part of a 5-song DLC pack for the game.

The pack's other songs included are "Supermassive Black Hole," "Time Is Running Out," "Hysteria" and "Muscle Museum." The whole kit-n-kaboodle is yours for $11.99. You can also buy the songs individually, though they'll cost $2.99 piecemeal. Muse joins previous DLC runners such as Radiohead and Green Day, which means the game can unofficially provide the soundtrack of '90s/early '00s teenage angst.
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MUSE DLC NOW AVAILABLE FOR UBISOFT'S ROCKSMITH 2014 EDITION, THE FASTEST WAY TO LEARN GUITAR

WHAT: Ubisoft announced today that the Muse DLC pack for Rocksmith® 2014 Edition is now available for download as a 5-song pack or individually on Xbox LIVE for Xbox® 360 and Steam for PC and Mac. The songs are available individually today on the PlayStation Network for the PlayStation® 3, or as a 5-song pack on January 7, 2014.

Songs included in this pack are "Supermassive Black Hole", "Stockholm Syndrome", "Time Is Running Out", "Hysteria" and "Muscle Museum."

Individual songs are available for $2.99. The complete 5-song pack is $11.99.

New music packs continue to be released on a regular basis so please continue to watch for updated information.

Rocksmith 2014 Edition is the sequel to 2011's immensely popular Rocksmith, which taught over 1.5 million players how to play the guitar by enabling players to plug any real guitar or bass with a standard ¼" jack directly into their Xbox® 360 video game and entertainment system from Microsoft, the Sony PlayStation® 3 computer entertainment system, PC or Mac®. Rocksmith 2014 Edition includes new features, new modes, optimized tracking and responsiveness, and completely redesigned interface, new techniques and tunings, and much more. Aspiring guitarists can now learn to play guitar in just 60 days with Rocksmith 2014 Edition.

This article was originally published on Joystiq.