Epic acquires Rock Band game developer Harmonix

Thursday 25 November 2021 | 13:48 CET | News
Harmonix announced that it's joining the Epic Games family. Harmonix is an independent game development studio, best known for creating the Rock Band and Dance Central franchises.  The Harmonix team will collaborate closely with Epic to develop musical journeys and gameplay for  Epic Games' Fortnite while continuing to support existing titles including Rock Band 4.

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