Rock Band 2 PS3, PS2 and Wii Shipping Schedule Laid Out

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MTV Games, Harmonix and EA have announced their complete Rock Band 2 release schedule for the remainder of the year. The PS3 version ships October 19th, including both the standalone game for $60 and the special edition bundle for $190 (the Xbox 360 bundle also ships on the 19th). A specific ship date has not yet been set for the PS2 and Wii versions, but confirmation has been given that they will be on store shelves sometime in December. Check below for more on the Rock Band 2 shipping and pricing plan.

Rock Band 2 Shipping and Pricing Information:

October 19, 2008:
– Rock Band 2 Special Edition Bundle (Xbox 360 and PLAYSTATION 3 system) $189.99 MSRP
– Rock Band 2 Standalone Software (PLAYSTATION 3 system) $59.99 MSRP
– Rock Band 2 Standalone Drums (PLAYSTATION 3 and PlayStation 2 systems) $89.99 MSRP
– Rock Band 2 Standalone Guitar (PLAYSTATION 3 and PlayStation 2 systems) $69.99 MSRP

December 2008:
– Rock Band 2 Standalone Software (PlayStation 2 system) $49.99 MSRP
– Rock Band 2 Standalone Software (Wii) $49.99 MSRP
– Rock Band 2 Standalone Drums (Wii) $89.99 MSRP
– Rock Band 2 Standalone Guitar (Wii) $69.99 MSRP
– Rock Band 2 Special Edition Bundle (Wii) $189.99 MSRP

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