After suffering a delay, the new PlayStation 4 iteration of the classic music/rhythm game Amplitude has a new launch date.

Today, developer Harmonix has confirmed that the successful Kickstarter venture will release on the PlayStation Store on January 5, 2016. If you contributed $40 or more to the cause, you get to play it two weeks early on December 23!

The game will go for $19.99 and feature 30 songs out of the gate; check out the full track list below. Amplitude boasts a single-player campaign (which "is presented in the form of a sci-fi concept album with a narrative that surfaces through the game's visuals, music, and lyrics") as well as both competitive and cooperative local multiplayer. The soundtrack features music from Harmonix's "talented in-house composers" and popular well-known game composers as well. There are even a few tracks contributed by Kickstarter backers.

And last but not least, the launch trailer:

Related Game(s): Amplitude

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PS3_Wizard
PS3_Wizard
6 years ago

Happy to see Freezepop and Symbion Project! I still feel like you and I, Ben, are the only ones from PSX who's excited about this game.