JoshVanHalen87;3931319 said:they´re developing RBN 2.0 with all the features of RB3, at least thats what they said on the interview with rockbandaid.
NoThru22;3931469 said:The bigger question is will current RBN song work in Pro Drums for Rock Band 3? (Meaning will they be playable like it's all toms or will they be grayed out.)
NoThru22;3931635 said:You answered my question like you knew the answer for sure, but you don't.
Santa Claustrophobia;3932138 said:People are saying that RB3 tracks are in a different format. I don't know how true that is, but I'll allow it for the sake of argument. However, RB2 tracks don't work in LEGO or RB1 and there is no real reason why they shouldn't. But they are stored in a different location than standard DLC and that leads me to believe that RB1 and LRB simply don't look in the RB2 folder for data.
Kariodude;3932217 said:First off, it has nothing to do with where the songs are stored. It's all about the format of the files.Second, RB2 tracks don't work in LEGO or RB1? Seriously? It's because they are still on the disc. When have we ever exported RB2 to our hard drives? After RB2 is exported, it will probably work in LEGO, but you shouldn't expect LEGO to read from a different disc that isn't in your console.
SirDavidTLynch;3932300 said:It was confirmed in an Official Xbox Magazine podcast that Rock Band 3 DLC will NOT work in old games, so it's safe to assume the same will apply to RBN 2.0 tracks.
NoThru22;3933811 said:My question was: If you boot up Rock Band 3 and choose to play Pro Drums, will the existing RBN tracks be playable or will they be grayed out and unplayable like songs that don't have drum parts now. Not whether the songs would show cymbal gems.