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Rocksmith 2014 ratings point to jams on Xbox One, PS4


Rocksmith 2014 looks set to bring rock and/or roll to the PS4 and Xbox One, at least according to the ESRB and Korean Game Rating Board. Both regulatory bodies issued the ratings for the two consoles over the weekend, though Ubisoft hasn't announced any new versions of its guitar tutoring game. We've reached out to the publisher to find out more.

As PlayStation LifeStyle reports, this isn't the first sighting of the supposed new versions. UK retailer Zavvi is currently listing the game for Xbox One, while in July a now removed Amazon Italy listing (via The Riff Repeater) noted players will be able to transfer purchased DLC from the PS3 and Xbox 360 versions to the PS4 and Xbox One respectively.

Gallery: Rocksmith 2014 Edition (10/22/13) | 10 Photos

Released last year for PS3, Xbox 360 and PC, Rocksmith 2014 followed on from the original 2011 game by overhauling its interface and introducing more teaching tools, such as more feedback on player mistakes and how to fix them. Also, while the game was designed to let you plug in an electric or bass guitar and strum away, we discovered it worked with other electric stringed instruments too - sort of.

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