NCSoft and Harmonix are gearing up for another round of DLC for FUSER, which already has quite a bit of DLC but more good tunes are more than welcome.
FUSER's already chunky list of hits, spanning from decades ago to the most recent ones, is getting enriched by three new songs on January 7, 2020. As per usual, these songs will arrive in the form of DLC, costing $1.99 each.
The first among them is Tubthumping by Chumbawamba is one of the shining spots of the later part of the '90s as it took the world by storm, way before viral songs on the internet could possibly be a thing. It quickly rose to the top of US Modern Rock Top 40 and while it's usually classified as rock, this song features enough layers to meld seamlessly into FUSER's world of genre-bending.
Should I Stay or Should I Go by The Clash is another worldwide hit that is easily recognisable at the very mention of the name, let alone hearing of the tune. This second rock song proceeds the one mentioned above by 15 years so this content drop will cover two decades of rock music, back to back, for all the fan-pleasing needs. It also found its way to VH1's 100 Greatest Hard Rock Songs list.
This song boasts recognisable guitar and drum tracks which are sure to bring your audience and score up.
Circles by Post Malone is the most recent of the DLC trio and this one is pretty much unavoidable these days due to its popularity over both the internet and other music channels. There is no shiny armour included in the DLC.