Epic game announced today that it has acquired Harmonix from developers Rock Band and Dance Central to “create immersive music experiences”.
“For the past 26 years, we have pushed ourselves to redefine the way people experience and interact with music,” Harmonix stated in a blog post on their website. “Now, we’re teaming up with Epic to once again challenge expectations as we bring our unique brand of musical gaming experiences to Metaverse, and we couldn’t be more excited.”
Based on Epic Games’ Own Statement Regarding the acquisition, “the Harmonix team will work closely with Epic to develop the musical and gameplay journey for Fortnite”, so we can expect more than that. big budget concerts coming to Fortnite in the future, potentially more interactive.
Thankfully for fans of Rock Band 4 and previous Harmonix titles, they explained in their own blog post that “we have no plans to change the way we support any games.” our old ones”, so you’ll be able to keep playing your favorite Harmonix games no matter what, as they will soon be removed or removed from Steam.
This latest acquisition is part of a boost Epic gameefforts to build Metaverse, will now feature Harmonix’s “unique brand of musical gaming experiences”. According to Alain Tascan, vice president of game development at Epic Games, working with Harmonix will “transform the way players experience music, from passive listeners to active participants.”
While there’s still content in the works for Fuser and Rock Band Rivals, it’s currently unclear if Harmonix has the freedom to develop new games outside. Epic game‘Metaverse.
https://mspoweruser.com/epic-games-has-acquired-harmonix/ Epic Games has acquired Rock Band developer Harmonix