Rock Band 4 arrives on the PC-like Xbox One and PS4, so it made sense for Eurogamer to ask if the game would ever make its way onto the real thing. Unfortunately, PC gamers won't be getting a version of their own, and it looks as if the music labels' heavy-handed demands for anti-piracy measures are to blame. In an interview, Harmonix project director Daniel Sussman explained that the two consoles have various secure tools that make it hard for users to get at the assets inside each game. PCs, in his words, are more of an "open platform," which would put the onus on Harmonix to protect the "licensed music" that's featured in the title. Squint hard enough and those lines roughly translate to: we could, but labels want us to lock their music up so tight that it'd be impossible to achieve on the PC.