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Rocksmith community developer Mike Madavi posted a video on Ubisoft’s official YouTube channel in which he answers a plethora of Rocksmith 2014-related questions.

In the video (embedded below), Madavi answers questions about backwards compatibility, using pedals, DLC, and a whole bunch of other questions, including whether Rocksmith 2014 will support bass.

“‘Will bass be supported in Rocksmith 2014?’ Absolutely,” Madavi says in the video. “Everything has bass on it. No separate pack to download, no nothing. You don’t have to pay extra. It’s on disc. Everything has a bass part, you can do just bass if you wanted to. It’s great.”

Rocksmith 2014 launches on PS3, Xbox 360, and Windows PC October 18.

Rocksmith Community Developer Takes to YouTube to Answer Fan Questions

By | 08/12/2013 12:30 PM PT

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Rocksmith community developer Mike Madavi posted a video on Ubisoft’s official YouTube channel in which he answers a plethora of Rocksmith 2014-related questions.

In the video (embedded below), Madavi answers questions about backwards compatibility, using pedals, DLC, and a whole bunch of other questions, including whether Rocksmith 2014 will support bass.

“‘Will bass be supported in Rocksmith 2014?’ Absolutely,” Madavi says in the video. “Everything has bass on it. No separate pack to download, no nothing. You don’t have to pay extra. It’s on disc. Everything has a bass part, you can do just bass if you wanted to. It’s great.”

Rocksmith 2014 launches on PS3, Xbox 360, and Windows PC October 18.

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