I ask this with hope, because otherwise the game becomes infinitely less re-playable. The tracklist on quickplay is not near the standard and the quantity as on GHTV. For Activision, I understand if they do not want to pay to maintain an old server, but if that closes and there's no money to be made on plays and virtual currency, they should have nothing to lose in making the songs available for quickplay. The music videos could be downloadable in one big update as they are already stored somewhere. It would also give a reason for new players to buy the game and be back into the series in time for when another guitar hero game is made - let alone avoiding the problem that comes when people buy the game, which isn't that old considering GH is not a yearly release like a sports game, and can't connect, making half of the game (possibly the best half) inaccessible.
Please consider it Activision. You could even monetize a one-time fee of around £6.99 for all the songs, if you had to.
This would not be such a big issue if the offline part of the game had a more substantial setlist. But leaving the game without all the songs from GHTV will be an ultimate step to completely kill it.
Not only that, but the people who bought it will feel like never trusting in a game with this type of online activity again. At least they should make a big DLC pack and allow those who want it, to buy it.
im so mad there shutting ghtv down it was like the best
Couldn't agree more. Really don't see you point of having all that ready made content gone for good; will literally kill the game.
And could definitely be done easily as a DLC (guessing biggest problem is gaining the rights for songs to be permadownloaded as opposed to streaming model, which comes much cheaper).