Ubisoft San Francisco making way for its new project.

Developer Ubisoft San Francisco has announced that downloadable content for its rhythm game/teaching tool Rocksmith 2014 Edition – Remastered has ended.

The development team has started work on its new project and as a result, needs to refocus its attention away from DLC. This week’s Opeth Song Pack marked the conclusion of scheduled DLC releases.

This comes after 383 weeks of DLC releases with a total of 1570 songs that make up the Rocksmith song library – music from different genres spanning three plus decades.

Although no more new DLC will be released from now on, the developer still has weekly online content planned for fans. Live streams will continue in a new format along with “some more surprises”.

Rocksmith 2014 Edition – Remastered is available for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, macOS, and Windows.

“From everyone at Rocksmith and Ubisoft, we thank you,” the announcement reads. “Your continued support of Rocksmith is humbling, and we can’t wait to start the next leg of our music learning journey together.”