by MythofRock

With live music in lockdown and the return of tours still uncertain, Queen has come up with a safe alternative — no masks, no social distancing, just the good old fashioned live experience, with “Queen: Rock Tour”, the band’s first ever official game for Android and iOS devices. The arrival of the play-along rhythm game comes at a significant landmark for Queen. With 50 years now having passed since the 1971 recruiting of John Deacon, completing Queen’s classic lineup, 2021 marks a Queen Golden Jubilee that the band was hoping to celebrate with fans. A massive 29-date European stadium and arena tour planned for this year has been forced to be delayed to 2022. “Queen: Rock Tour” gives players a chance to experience the majesty and might of the Queen (live) experience on their phones supported by extensive attention to detail contributed by the official Queen archives and experts. Hit the stage and perform with the entire band as you unleash your music talents to play thrilling guitar riffs, heart-pounding drum solos and much more. All you need to do is tap the tiles in time with the rhythm!

“Be a lockdown rock star! No turning back !!!” enthused Queen’s Brian May on the game launch. The game allows users to fully immerse themselves into the world of Queen. Progress and score points by playing along to 20 of their most popular hits, including “Bohemian Rhapsody”, “We Will Rock You”, “Radio Ga Ga”, “I Want to Break Free” and “We Are The Champions”, while performing at 10 historic concert venues from around the world. Style your performances with over 40 official and iconic costumes from the band’s history and help unlock fun trivia facts and exclusive images from the official Queen archives, by scoring highly in the game. Queen’s music has been featured in major mobile music games before, but for the first time ever the band will be releasing their own dedicated mobile experience in “Queen: Rock Tour”.


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