Rock Band 4 won't be coming to Windows PC, at least at this point, as Harmonix's crowdfunding campaign on Fig failed to meet its goal. Despite the game being highly anticipated by fans, the lack of funding has put the PC release in jeopardy. This news has disappointed many gamers who were hoping to rock out with their favorite songs on their computers.
UPDATE: Harmonix has been in touch to expand on Daniel Sussman's comments on piracy. Here's a statement: ORIGINAL STORY: Harmonix isn't taking any chances when it comes to potential piracy issues with a PC release. The developers are concerned that the PC platform may be more susceptible to piracy, which could negatively impact the success of the game. This cautious approach is understandable, as piracy has been a long-standing issue in the gaming industry.
Nine years, several major editions, and thousands of downloadable tracks later, we've still never had a PC version of the party favorite, Rock Band. Fans have been longing for a PC release, as it would allow for more customization options, mods, and potentially better graphics and performance. However, the lack of support and funding has hindered the development of a PC version.