The Guitar Hero Live release date is literally just around the corner from this weekend and we want to get gamers up to speed with the latest exciting details about the new Guitar Hero game.
After a long break, we finally get to play Guitar Hero Live on the Xbox One and PS4, but the great news for gamers is that the game is coming to older consoles as well including the PS3, Wii U and Xbox 360.
Rock Band 4 beat the Guitar Hero Live release date by a few weeks, but that doesn’t mean there is a clear winner in the musical game scene just yet.
Although a Guitar Hero Live demo appeared last week, there is no way to play it without a new guitar, and the demo was pulled rather quickly.
We’ll walk you through where to play Guitar Hero Live early, how to find the best Guitar Hero Live deals and where to look for great bonus content, second guitar bundles and more.
You can play through a broad range of music in Guitar Hero Live as the set list spans a range of years, going back to the 60’s and there is a new ad with Lenny Kravitz and James Franco that will get you hyped for the Guitar Hero Live release date.
Before we jump into the exciting details, here is some catch up if you are just discovering that there is a new Guitar Hero game coming in 2015. You cannot use your old Guitar Hero guitars with this game. There is a separate vocal part that you can play.