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Next-Gen Console Versions of Rocksmith 2014 Edition Rated by ESRB

Posted on Friday, August 22 @ 13:00:00 PST by


Rocksmith 2014 Edition will soon arrive on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One according to a new rating issued by the Entertainment Software Ratings Board which issued the original release a T for Teen.

The summary itself features your standard description of a rhythm game where "players simulate strumming guitar strings, score points based on the accuracy of notes hit, and participate in mini-games to test/improve skills."

More interesting is that Ubisoft didn't officially reveal the next-gen update given how regularly Rocksmith 2014 is updated with new downloadable content songs and more. We'll have more as we approach what we'd assume would be a Fall 2014 release, though you can read our full hands-on review of the game here.

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