MTV has confirmed that the followup to Beatles: Rock Band will be Green Day: Rock Band. The move follows hints that they'd get a full Rock Band game from singer Billie Joe Armstrong earlier in the year.

A teaser trailer has been released by MTV, but appears to have been yanked from where it was on MTV's site, so we've stuck a dodgy YouTube rip above instead. It'll get released on Wii, Xbox 360, and PS3, and have a fully exportable tracklist for those who own Rock Band 1 or 2 on the latter two of those consoles.

Billie Joe Armstrong said: "We've worked with the 'Rock Band' team in the past year to enable our fans to play tracks from '21st Century Breakdown', and we're excited to now be working on a game spanning our entire career".

"We want people to fire this up, choose their favourite Green Day tracks and play along with us as 'Rock Band' avatars so they can feel what it's like to perform on stage as Green Day".

The game will be showing up in 2010, and feature the band's favourite "songs, venues, and imagery". We'll keep you posted of more news as we hear it. In the meantime, tell us in the comments which band would you most like to be turned into a Rock Band game. We're holding out for Alan Parsons Project: Rock Band.