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Rocksmith + delayed to 2022; Ubisoft changes the date of its guitar school

Ubisoft has communicated that Rocksmith + will not come out in 2021, as it was initially contemplated, but next year 2022. Presented at E3 2021 with the aim of recovering its interactive school of guitar lessons, this subscription service with a didactic nature needs a little more time to complete development, have indicated in a statement published on the social network Twitter.

“To ensure that we offer the best guitar learning service, we have decided to delay Rocksmith + to 2022,” they begin by saying in the message, thanking the fans for their understanding, support and patience. “We will take this opportunity to incorporate everything learned after feedback from users of our closed beta. We are convinced that this new launch window will give us time to achieve a better experience for all guitar and bass lovers ”, they conclude.

Rocksmith +, one more for Ubisoft’s list of games in 2022

Rocksmith+ it was presented during Ubisoft Forward last June as an evolution of the original formula; starting from its approach, this time a subscription service with which to learn to play acoustic guitar, electric guitar or bass. Hundreds of lessons with real-time ratings, tips, tricks, and teaching tools to learn; backed by prestigious brands and developed by experts in the field.

Unless Ubisoft changes plans, Rocksmith+ It will have a price of 14.99 euros per month, 39.99 euros if we choose the quarterly subscription or 99.99 euros if we choose the annual modality. It will be available on PS4, PS5, Xbox Series, Xbox One, and PC.

With this delay, Ubisoft thus closes a roadmap marked by the changes of dates in its main launches; all with the aim of preserving the quality of its products in the face of the difficulties of COVID-19, which have disrupted its plans. Thus, video games such as Rainbow Six Extraction and Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time also go to 2022. At the end of the year we will have Far Cry 6 on October 7 and Riders Republic on October 28.

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