Fantasia: Music Evolved Announced For October Release

By   /   Jun 6, 2014

Fantasia: Music Evolved, the rhythm-action game from Disney and Harmonix, has been announced for a worldwide release on October 21 for the Xbox One and Xbox 360.

The developer has confirmed that the game will feature over 30 songs, including the most recently revealed Depeche Mode’s Enjoy the Silence, The Who’s The Real Me, Police’s Message in a Bottle, Drake’s Take Care, MIA’s Galang, and Tchaikovsky’s holiday classic The Nutcracker Medley.

Harmonix has promised to release information on more content for the game at E3 next week. Furthermore the developer is expected to reveal the multiplayer gameplay mode of the music title, as well as list new musical additions.

Alongside the announcement of the release date, Harmonix also unveiled The Neighborhood, a new urban city landscape where players can interact with music and magic in the Kinect-based game. This new mode is said to be detailed by Harmonix next week as well.

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