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Rock Band DLC – Linkin Park Track Pack Arriving Soon

The list of tracks available for the Rock Band franchise just keeps getting longer and longer. Just over the past few months we’ve seen songs from the likes of Paul McCartney, Billy Joel and even Johnny Cash added to the collection via DLC Packs.

Now it appears that even more songs are on the way. According to a recent article by Johnny Cullen, Harmonix has just announced that it will be releasing a Linkin Park track pack next week, which will includes songs such as “What I’ve Done” and “Crawling.”

Other songs included in the pack — or sold individually — are “In the End,” “Somewhere I Belong,” “Numb” and “Waiting For the End.” Both “What I’ve Done” and “In the End” will also receive Pro Bass and Pro Guitar expansions, which will cost $0.99/£0.59/€0.79.

If you want to buy the songs separately they will cost $1.99/£0.99/€1.49/200 Wii points, while the complete pack will cost $9.99/£4.99,/€7.99/ 800 Microsoft Points/1000 Wii Points. The pack will be released on Xbox Live, Wii and US PSN on Tuesday, and EU PSN on Wednesday.

While we are on the subject of Rock Band DLC, it looks like Harmonix has a sale on Rock Band 3 DLC at the moment. According to Phil Hornshaw at, some packs have been marked down as much as 40 percent, while others are half price.

This includes Oasis Pack 01 (now 240 MS Points), The police Pack 01 (240 MS points), Nine Inch Nails Pack 01 (240 MS points), All That Remains Pack 01 (240 MS points) and Weezer Pack 02 (240 MS points). You can view the full list via the website here.

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Written by Tina Chubb

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