Studio behind Xbox’s hit Dance Central franchise announce new music festival game for Xbox One consoles

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Harmonix, the studio behind the popular Dance Central Kinect games on Xbox 360 and Xbox One, is teaming up with NCSoft to release a new music festival title.

Named Fuser, this new game tasks the player with mixing over 100 songs together by blending blend vocals, bass lines, beats and riffs from different tracks. It actually sounds very similar to the Dropmix card game that Harmonix also made recently.

Fuser will support both solo and online multiplayer modes and gamers will be able to share their creations on social media.

Here’s the official announcement trailer:

No release date for Fuser has been announced yet, however, it has been stated that it’s expected to launch in Fall this year.

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