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Rock Band 4's February patch arrives today, along with 'Get Lucky' and 'Hey Ya!' (update)

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Rock Band 4's music library is growing with a couple of huge hits today in Outkast's "Hey Ya!" and Daft Punk's "Get Lucky," developer Harmonix announced yesterday.

The danceable guitar-based tracks are both being released today, along with Kelly Clarkson's "Heartbeat Song," for $1.99 each on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

In addition to this week's DLC, Harmonix released a list of artists whose music will be coming to the Rock Band Music Store over the course of February. Rock Band 4 players can expect songs from Bruno Mars, Five Finger Death Punch, Generation X, J. Geils Band, Joan Jett and the Blackhearts, Masaya Matsuura, Motörhead, Orleans, Royal Blood, and Zac Brown Band.

Matsuura, the musician and game designer behind Vib-Ribbon and the Parappa the Rapper games, contributed music to Beat Sports, the Apple TV launch title from Harmonix.

Harmonix also confirmed that Rock Band 4's February update — which was scheduled to be its January update until a last-minute delay — will be available today. The patch wipes the game's online leaderboards because it includes fixes for score exploits, and it also brings in some new items, like Psychonauts-inspired clothing for the character creator.

For more on Rock Band 4, read our review.

Update: Harmonix posted the full patch notes for the February update this afternoon. You can read them on the studio's blog.

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