With just a couple weeks to go until the highly-anticipated return of Guitar Hero, Activision Publishing, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Activision Blizzard, Inc is kicking off the launch for Guitar Hero Live with the release of a new live action trailer starring James Franco and Lenny Kravitz.
The game is also introducing an entirely new Guitar Hero Live TV mode, which basically features videos from a wide variety of bands, covering plenty of genres. Hearing the crowd booing at his attempt he says “hold on, let’s pause”. “So it’s pretty amusing, getting pummelled by these little kids and they know you’re a real guitar player”.
Lenny and James then get into the groove rocking their hips and dancing back to back while James jokes, “don’t split your pants”, referring to that embarrassing incident earlier this year.
Apparently, in the world of the future where both rhythm games are available, these two distinguished gentlemen choose to spend their time playing Guitar Hero Live.
But Guitar Hero Live is doing something different.
“We’re revamping how typical DLC works”, Freestyle Games reports. “Your song’s on there, and you get your butt kicked”. I like the idea of constantly curating new music to discover, as most people tend to just buy DLC for songs they really like anyway. “Music discovery is a big pillar for GHTV, and we’re going to keep adding new content on an ongoing basis, so you’ll always have new music and new shows to explore”, the post explains.
“…if you have a bunch of friends coming over, we’ll also give you the option to purchase a party pass for a set duration during which you’ll have unlimited, on-demand access to every song in the entire GHTV music library”.