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I'm after inside information or informed opinion, not just wishful thinking. Lets face it Guitar Hero and Rock Band are all but dead and no longer supported by the companies that made billions from them. In 2012 we got Rocksmith, great. In 2014 we got Rocksmith 2014, even better. In 2016 we got Rocksmith Remastered for free, Yah! In 2018 we got a few bug fixes, great. So what next? It's now a relatively mature product, so any improved version would probably require a complete costly rewrite. Ubisoft continues to support the product with ODLC, great, but for how long? CF has an apparently growing membership, a huge database of content and many dedicated charters (especially in death metal. :)) We see guitar shops folding and time honoured guitar companies going bankrupt. Kids are into singing and dancing these days more than playing guitars. Will Ubi upgrade again and keep the psarc format or create a whole new music game with a different format DLC. Will some other software company see the possibilities and create a bigger, better music game for guitarists and steal away RS users? Can CF carry on if Ubi dumps the product, no more support, ODLC or Real tone cables? Of course, we all want the status quo to continue with more improvements and more ODLC. I buy as much ODLC as I can afford with this in mind, even if I've got the song in CDLC. Does any member know someone who works for Ubisoft or a developer and can shed light on any of this? Your information in response is most welcome. Cheers, mczero