The next game in the Guitar Hero franchise is destined to be harder than previous iterations of the series.
Last night, at a Guiness Book of World Records event where the Guitar Hero 3 world record was broken, Red Octane co-founder Charles Huang promised difficulty:
“We keep making the game harder and harder," Huang said after watching a 97% score on "Through the Fire and Flames." "It’s amazing to see someone like this break the record, even on Guitar Hero 3, where I thought it would be impossible, so clearly we have to go back and make the game even harder."
Work out those fingers, buddy. It's gonna be a rough ride!