Work your way from the basics of mixing all the way to expert level techniques as you perform shows across 6 larger than life stage venues, each with its own signature style.Publisher: NCSOFT Release Date: Nov 10, 2020
Work your way from the basics of mixing all the way to expert level techniques as you perform shows across 6 larger than life stage venues, each with its own signature style.
In Fuser, the player takes on the role of a DJ at a big concert. They have a virtual DJ table with four players and a list of recordings (their box) at the top of the screen. Each record has four tracks that are color-tuned and associated with a type of musical instrument, such as drums, guitar, or vocals. At any time, the player can place select a record, then select a specific track from that record, and then place it on any of the players. This adds a track of this instrument to the current mix on all four recordings, automatically adjusting the tempo of the Mix and the musical key. A new record/tracks can be added to any record player, overriding the previous track in the mix. This concept is comparable to the previous Harmonix DropMix game, which was a physical card game incorporating NFC technology with an electronic game Board and a mobile app published through Hasbro.
The game features a single-player campaign featuring multiple sets on different platforms. In each set, the player tries to make mixes by adding new tracks in time to score more points. In addition, the virtual audience will throw out queries, such as for specific songs, songs from a specific genre, or a specific type of instrument. These requests vary depending on the venue and other factors. Completing these requests in a short period of time earns additional points. A player is rated on a five-star scale based on their total score during a set. To achieve a high score, the player has the option to customize the contents of the box to be as efficient as possible when switching between tracks. Fuser will include a multiplayer mode so that players can collaborate when creating a mix. There will also be a freestyle mode that allows players to create their own mixes and share them with others via social media.
The game is expected to ship with more than 100 licensed music songs.
Release Date: Nov 10, 2020
Platforms: PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, PC
Modes: single-Player game, Multiplayer game