Guitar Hero Live Supreme Party Edition set to rock out on October 7th

guitar-hero-live-supreme-party-edition-logoNope, Guitar Hero Live is not dead. Today, Activision revealed a brand new “complete” Guitar Hero Live bundle set to be available for the holiday season. So what’s special about Guitar Hero Live Supreme Party Edition? Well, it’ll include 2 guitar controllers, over 500 songs and apparently plenty of bonus content as you can see below.

Guitar Hero Live Supreme Party Edition is set to be released on October 7th for $79.99.

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Read on for the announcement.

Activision Publishing, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Activision Blizzard, Inc., is giving fans even more reason to rock out together this holiday season with the Guitar Hero Live Supreme Party Edition. Hitting store shelves in time for the holiday season, this ultimate bundle is sure to provide Guitar Hero fans and music enthusiasts alike with endless hours of playtime with two guitar controllers, a staggering amount of over 500 songs from different genres, and bonus content giving players extra on-demand plays and more.

Guitar Hero Live gives family and friends the chance to play together and embark on what Rolling Stone has called “a more realistic experience of rock and roll glory.?

Guitar Hero Live Supreme Party Edition is available on October 7 as a two-guitar bundle ($79.99 SRP) in North America and Europe on PlayStation 4, the all-in-one games and entertainment system, and Xbox One. Guitar Hero Live features a first-person point of view where you play in front of a real crowd that reacts to how you perform, and GHTV, the world’s first playable music video network. GHTV presents a fresh take on the music styling of rhythm games through playable content in themed Premium Shows.

The celebrated tracklist includes hundreds of songs, including the music of The Rolling Stones, The Black Keys, Queen, Green Day, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Fall Out Boy, Pearl Jam, Bruno Mars, Weezer, Iggy Pop, Alt-J, Jet, ZZ Top, Rage Against the Machine, Megadeth, The Strokes, Royal Blood, Ed Sheeran, Gary Clark Jr., and many more. The full list can be found at

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