More tunes and DLC packs bang the Taiko no Tatsujin

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It’s only been six months or so since Taiko no Tatsujin: The Drum Master! started banging around on Xbox, with Game Pass support in tow. Since that time there’s been a host of DLC thrown out for it, expanding the library like we could never have imagined. And we continue to see that route taken with the latest offerings as two more tune packs roll out thanks to the arrival of Beat Pass Vol 3. 

Beat Pass Vol 3 is a season pass for Taiko no Tatsujin: The Drum Master!, one that focuses on those DLC offerings that make up numbers 13 through to 18. Yep, six months in and we’re well into double figure content drops. 

As a pass, it costs £15.99, provides drummers with access to six more packs, the first two of which are available right now. That means should you splash out on the whole Beat Pass, you’ll discover another twenty-four songs coming your way. 

Of course, those tunes are bundled up as individual purchases too and today we have DLC 13 Bleach Anime Songs Pack and DLC 14 Classical Pack Vol 3 in house. 

As standalone units the Bleach Anime Songs Pack includes three new tracks, ripped straight from one of the most popular anime series. You’ll get the chance to drum along to…

  • – D-tecnoLife (From BLEACH)
  • – After Dark (From BLEACH)
  • – Shoujo S (From BLEACH)

And then the Classical Pack Vol. 3 will set you back £3.99, providing no less than five tunes. Obviously they are all of the classical nature, with beethoven, Brahms and more introduced…

  • – Symphony No. 9 (Ludwig van Beethoven)
  • – Hungarian Dance No.5 (Johannes Brahms)
  • – Classical Medley (Wedding Celebration)
  • – The Parade of the Tin Soldiers (Leon Jessel)

If you’re a fan of Taiko no Tatsujin: The Drum Master! on Xbox and need more reason to bang away on the drums, we think serious consideration should go to the full Beat Pass Vol 3 pack. What you grab though is up to you. Just head to the Xbox Store via the links above. 

You’ll need Taiko no Tatsujin: The Drum Master! in your digital library in order to enjoy them. That’s available from the Xbox Store too, playable on Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S. 

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