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  • UbiVertigo
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    [UPDATED OCTOBER 25] Rocksmith (2011) DLC will be removed from digital storefronts starting in early November on PC/Mac Steam, Xbox 360, Xbox One, Playstation 3, and Playstation 4. All Rocksmith (2011) DLC will be removed from the PS3 storefront in Japan on November 1, 2021. More information on the Rocksmith (2011) and Rocksmith (2011) delisting can be found here. This corrects a previous statement indicating DLC on Xbox 360 would be delisted at the same time as Rocksmith (2011).

    If you already own Rocksmith (2011) or any DLC from Rocksmith (2011), you will still be able to install, download, re-download, play, and use those products. You should experience no change or interruption in your access. If you do not own those products, you will not be able to purchase them digitally once they are delisted (removed from storefronts).

    Please keep an eye on this thread for monthly updates on pending Rocksmith (2011) DLC delistings.

    “Can I still play Rocksmith (2011) on-disc songs or DLC on Rocksmith Remastered?”
    Yes! If you have purchased Rocksmith (2011) and the Rocksmith Disc Import Pack (Xbox) / Disc Export Access (Playstation) / Disc Import Tool (Steam) or any Rocksmith (2011) DLC before their delisting, you can continue to play that content on Rocksmith Remastered.

    “Are delisted songs being removed everywhere?”
    Yes—when Rocksmith (2011) and any associated DLC is delisted, it will be removed from all digital storefronts, including Steam, the Xbox Marketplace, and the PlayStation Store.

    “I own Rocksmith (2011) on disc—will that still work?”
    Yes! If you have previously installed the disc version of Rocksmith (2011) on your account, you will still be able to access your owned content. Product keys for Rocksmith (2011) that have not yet been activated will no longer work after October 17.



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  • UbiVertigo
    Community Developer Original poster 11 posts

    Below are the songs and packs that are being delisted from digital storefronts in November, 2021. Song packs that include any of the listed song singles will also be unavailable as of the following dates.

    November 1st:
    Radiohead -- "Bodysnatchers"
    Lynyrd Skynyrd -- "Free Bird"
    The Black Keys -- "Tighten Up"

    November 15th:
    The Allman Brothers Band Song Pack
    The Allman Brothers Ban -- "Jessica"
    Boston -- "More Than A Feeling"
    Deep Purple -- "Smoke on the Water"

    November 29th:
    T. Rex -- "20th Century Boy"
    Vampire Weekend -- "Cousins"
    Three Days Grace -- "I Hate Everything About You"

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  • UbiVertigo
    Community Developer Original poster 11 posts

    Below are the songs and packs that are being delisted from digital storefronts in December, 2021. Song packs that include any of the listed song singles will also be unavailable as of the following dates.

    December 12th:
    Megadeth -- "Symphony of Destruction"
    Megadeth -- "Hangar 18"
    Megadeth -- "Public Enemy No 1"

    EDIT:
    December 21st:
    Black Keys -- "Gold on the Ceiling"
    Black Keys -- "Mind Eraser"
    Black Keys -- "Just Got to Be"

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  • UbiVertigo
    Community Developer Original poster 11 posts

    Below are the songs and packs that are being delisted from digital storefronts in January, 2022. Song packs that include any of the listed song singles will also be unavailable as of the following dates.

    January 17:
    Heart -- "Barracuda"
    Blue Oyster Cult -- "(Don't Fear) The Reaper"
    David Bowie -- "Space Oddity"

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  • UbiVertigo
    Community Developer Original poster 11 posts

    Below are the songs being delisted from digital storefronts in February 2022. Song packs that include any of the listed song singles will also be unavailable as of the following dates.

    February 7:
    Pearl Jam -- "Jeremy"
    Pearl Jam -- "Black"

    February 21:
    blink-182 -- "All the Small Things"
    blink-182 -- "Dammit"
    blink-182 -- "What's My Age Again?"

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  • UbiVertigo
    Community Developer Original poster 11 posts

    Below are the songs being delisted from digital storefronts in March 2022. Song packs that include any of the listed song singles will also be unavailable as of the following dates.

    March 6:
    3 Doors Down -- "Kryptonite"
    3 Doors Down -- "Loser"
    3 Doors Down -- "When I'm Gone"

    March 20:
    Albert King and Stevie Ray Vaughan -- "Born Under a Bad Sign"
    The Blues Brothers -- "Soul Man"
    B.B. King -- "The Thrill is Gone"

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  • UbiVertigo
    Community Developer Original poster 11 posts

    Below are the songs being delisted from digital storefronts in April 2022. Song packs that include any of the listed song singles will also be unavailable as of the following dates.

    April 3:
    Evanescence -- "Bring Me to Life"
    Foster the People -- "Pumped Up Kicks"
    Maroon 5 -- "This Love"

    April 17:
    Judas Priest -- "Breaking the Law"
    Judas Priest -- "Living After Midnight"
    Judas Priest -- "Painkiller"

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  • UbiVertigo
    Community Developer Original poster 11 posts

    Below are the songs being delisted from digital storefronts in May 2022. Song packs that include any of the listed song singles will also be unavailable as of the following dates.

    May 1:
    The Police -- "Roxanne"
    The Police -- "Message in a Bottle"
    The Police -- "Synchronicity II"

    May 15:
    The Offspring -- "Self Esteem"
    The Offspring -- "Gone Away"
    The Offspring -- "Come Out and Play"

    May 29:
    My Chemical Romance -- "Welcome to the Black Parade"
    My Chemical Romance -- "Na Na Na (Na Na Na Na Na Na Na Na Na)"
    My Chemical Romance -- "Planetary (GO!)"

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  • UbiVertigo
    Community Developer Original poster 11 posts

    Below are the songs being delisted from digital storefronts in June 2022. Song packs that include any of the listed song singles will also be unavailable as of the following dates.

    June 12
    Queen - "Stone Cold Crazy"
    Queen - "Killer Queen"
    Queen - "Bohemian Rhapsody"
    Queen - "Fat Bottomed Girls"
    Queen - "Keep Yourself Alive"

    June 26
    Pat Benetar - "Hit Me With Your Best Shot"
    The Knack - "My Sharona"
    Blue Oyster Cult - "Godzilla"

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