As you may have guessed from our headline (and the poorly 'chopped image above), Guitar Hero: World Tour
is finally coming to the PC. GameSpot
has revealed that developer Aspyr
, the team behind the Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock
PC port, will bring the best selling band-based game to PC this June. Guitar Hero: World Tour
on the PC will ship bundled with one guitar controller. Aspiring virtual drummers will have to shell out for the PS3 drum kit while singers are free to use any USB based microphone. Guitar Hero
's PC tour will include all of the tracks released with the original game, as well as the music creator, but the created music sharing service on the Xbox 360 and PS3 will be stripped. Whether PC players will be able to download new DLC tracks is still unclear (although the previous Guitar Hero
on PC omitted that feature).
Aspyr confirmed that World Tour
will share similar minimum system requirements to Legends of Rock
, which some reviewers blasted
for lag problems. If the problems are addressed, we can't wait to get the band back together. But only if we can play our dream show in front of a real audience ... during an 11-hour flight from Tokyo to L.A. We're Laptop Heroes!