FUSER is the next video game from Rock Band developer Harmonix, but instead of the instrument in your hands making all the music, it'll be the turn of the computer and a DJ deck. Coming to PlayStation 4 towards the end of 2020, it's a title all about remixing the world's most popular songs. Check out the announcement trailer above for more context.
A tracklist of over 100 songs will come packaged with the game, including the likes of Billie Eilish's Bad Guy, In Da Club by 50 Cent, Lady Gaga's Born This Way, and Good As Hell by Lizzo. Pitched as "a non-stop virtual music festival where you control the music", you'll need to successfully mix songs together to please the crowd, engage in some freestyle, and collaborate with players around the world in multiplayer. You'll even be able to share your mixes online for others to enjoy.
Due to the game's fall 2020 projection, it's unclear whether a PlayStation 5 version is also in the works, but we're sure those details will become clear as we near release. Have you always wanted to be a DJ? Will FUSER let you live those fantasies? Mix it up in the comments below.
[source youtube.com, via fuser.com]
Super intrigued by this, Harmonix tends to make real good stuff so I'm probably gonna pick this up
I hope the licensed music won't all be too commercial to help me express my creative side
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