AVICII Invector
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AVICII Invector Released Today

Hello There Studios and Wired Productions are proud to announce that their rhythm-based game, AVICII Invector has launched worldwide today for Xbox One, PC, PlayStation 4, and PC.

Developed by Wired Productions with the full support of AVICII Music, AVICII Invector is a fast-paced rhythm game that features over two dozen of the late Swedish DJ’s hit tracks mixed with serene visual-scapes to enable fans to experience his music in a whole new way.

AVICII Invector

As an added bonus the game also features three tracks from the DJ that have never been heard before so fans can hear some of the music the artist was working on before his death.

Track-List

  • Heaven
  • Tough Love
  • Fades Away
  • Can’t Catch me
  • Pure Grinding
  • What Would I Change it to
  • The Nights (Avicii by Avicii)
  • Waiting For Love
  • Gonna Love Ya
  • You be Love
  • Friend of Mine
  • Sunset Jesus
  • Fade Into Darkness
  • Wake Me Up
  • Lonely Together
  • Without You
  • Hey Brother
  • Levels
  • I Could Be The One
  • You Make Me
  • Lay Me Down
  • For a Better Day
  • Broken Arrows – M-22 Remix
  • True Believer
  • Talk To Myself

Features

  • Experience AVICII’s Music – 25 hit songs from the EDM superstar
  • Be the DJ – Custom, on-the-note, level-designed tracks to play
  • New Look and Experience – New visual look and additional content
  • Additional Platforms – First time on Xbox One, Switch, and PC, plus new content on PS4
  • Play it Your Way – Three difficulties on every level
  • Explore New Worlds – Six different in-game worlds including a brand-new world
  • Play with Friends – Solo play or with friends in split-screen action
  • Immersive Story – Emerges through cutscenes with voice acting
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