We said in February that â2020 finally has an exciting musical game on the horizon,â an honor we bestowed on Fuser, Harmonix’s upcoming DJ rhythm game. It sounded just as promising in our June preview: âThe robust mixing technology that Harmonix has built makes experiencing music effortless,â Rachel wrote. “I love the feeling of euphoria when everything works together, but also the joy when I have created an unholy mess.”
Fuser is slated for release this fall, and today Harmonix, whose previous releases include the hit music games Guitar Hero and Rock Band, nailed that to November 10. technically qualifies: this year’s winter begins on December 21.
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Last week, Harmonix also gave subscribers a first look at Fuser’s collaborative multiplayer. Up to four players will take turns on ‘the decks’, which I guess is what kids use instead of guitars these days, after which’ it’s time to see who had the hottest mix. . “