When Rock Band 4 released last year, many people where...how shall we say it?...somewhat disappointed that their old Xbox 360 USB peripherals would not work. Especially those with things like the $300 ION Drum Rocker sitting in their lounge.
Anyway, Harmonix are looking to make amend and have announced that they'll be bringing a new set of peripherals to Xbox One, including an adapter that will allow older peripherals to work. Indeed, the Rock Band 4 Wired Legacy Adapter for Xbox One (pictured below) will be available later this year, costing $29.99, and will allow the Rock Band 3 Midi PRO-Adapter for Xbox 360, the ION Drum Rocker for Xbox 360, and selected other wired legacy peripherals to work on Xbox One.
Also of note is the launch of the Fender Jaguar Guitar Controller, which is the first foldable guitar peripheral to be made available for the franchise. An accompanying charger stand will also be made available, for $29.99.
A new paid expansion called Rock Band Rivals will be released too, which will contain "really big, new modes to the game" that will be suitable for players of all skill levels. More details on Rivals will be released later on.
Rock Band Rivals and the Jaguar Guitar will be available in a bundle - complete with a copy of Rock Band 4 - for $89.99. If you're looking to splash out a bit more cash, you can get the full band kit, complete with Rock Band 4, Rock Band RIvals, the Jaguar Guitar, a drum kit, and a microphone, for $199.99. Rock Band Rivals will also be available standalone, for $29.99.
No release dates have been announced yet, but we'll let you know just as soon as we do.