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Def Leppard’s “Dangerous” Video Debuts in Guitar Hero Live

Check out the rock icons’ new music video, premiering first in GHTV in U.S. and Europe.Check out the rock icons’ new music video, premiering first in GHTV in U.S. and Europe.

By Matt-Clark on January 27, 2016
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‎27-01-2016 06:09 AM
‎27-01-2016 06:09 AM

Since launching in October, Guitar Hero Live has grown and evolved with the introduction of rare live performances, new songs, a challenging competitive multiplayer mode, and the first-ever crowdsourced music video playable in GHTV. Now, we’re thrilled to announce another exciting first for Guitar Hero Live: the premiere of a new music video from one of the most iconic rock bands in the world. Starting today, fans can see and play along to the new music video for Def Leppard’s latest single "Dangerous" in Guitar Hero Live’s GHTV.

The premiere is just one of three songs to join the new Def Leppard: On Through The Ages Premium Show now available in GHTV. So while you're rocking out to videos of new Def Leppard tracks "Let's Go" and "Dangerous," you'll also find a classic video for the band's chart-topper, "Rock of Ages." Premium Shows are your chance to dive into new playable videos first, just by simply completing a set challenge in GHTV.

Guitar Hero Live is all about delivering an exciting rock star experience, and with an extensive lineup of tracks and music videos, you're sure to find something to love. Beyond the new Def Leppard Premium Show, there are two more great sets of videos to play along to in GHTV right now. The Indie Rock Premium Show offers tracks from The Strokes, Miles Kane, and SKATERS. And while the holidays may have come to a close, there's no reason to miss out on Fall Out Boy's live performance at KROQ Almost Acoustic Christmas 2015.

Be sure to stay tuned right here at the Activision Games Blog for new additions to the Guitar Hero Live catalog and to follow @Activision, @GuitarHero, and @FSGStudio on Twitter for even more.

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