Speculation: Rocksmith Newsletter hints at August 2019 DLC

Hello Rocksmith fans!

We got the newsletter, and with it comes two out of three hints for what awaits us this month for Rocksmith Remastered DLC!

Let’s see what UbiVertigo and @UbisoftStudioSF are hinting at for August shall we?

 

Sometimes a circle is squared

NOPE

This one is definitely pointing towards next week’s DLC!

a small horse can hypnotize

What does this one mean?

?

a hypnotizing video from a tiny horse

?

If I keep speculating this song maybe it will happen?

??

Can the unicorns be tiny? ?

There, I solved it

there’s no shortage of innuendo

Alright, well here is the obvious pick

Probably the only other song that would pass ESRB (the video wouldn’t it’s VERY NSFW)

Good thing there isn’t crowd sing alongs in Rocksmith

They sure like body parts…

A bit on the nose


What do you think @UbisoftStudioSF and @Rocksmithgame are hinting at this month? Do these hints excite you? Let us know!

 

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dallasdave
dallasdave
August 5, 2019 11:53 am

I’ll be the negative guy that says they continue with their most excellent DLC of late with the theme to my little pony.

Dank Vader
Dank Vader
August 20, 2019 2:23 pm

Goodbye Horses.

MarleySantana
MarleySantana
August 7, 2019 7:22 pm

Innuendo 1

“She don’t eat meat but she sure likes the bone” -- Deadeye Dick
“They always want to come but they never want to leave” -- Elle King
“I guess I should have closed my eyes when you took me to the place where your horses run free” -- Prince
“I got you Slim Pickens on my Charles Dickens” -- Method Man

MarleySantana
MarleySantana
August 8, 2019 9:42 pm
Reply to  Elliott

What? No love for Johnny Blaze? :-).

Actually, and I know this is highly unlikely, but innuedo finds no clearer definition than that song by Prince.

Auger
Auger
August 3, 2019 7:38 pm

Yeah I’m pretty much drawing a complete blank with these clues. Best I could come up with on my own is one particular verse from Jethro Tull’s Baker St. Muse (definitely not happening). That aside, I’d love to have another, more guitar focused Queen pack, and Innuendo would be a great start.