Higher begin warming up: Beat Saber DLC releases March 14

Higher begin warming up: Beat Saber DLC releases March 14

In case you’re dying for extra songs to play in Beat Saber (particularly all you PlayStation VR homeowners), the wait will not be for much longer. DLC is on the way in which with a mysterious Music Pack arriving on March 14, 2019.

Beat Video games shared a glimpse of Beat Saber‘s new person interface, which splits up songs throughout just a few classes: OST Vol. 1, OST Vol. 2, Extras, and a blurred-out fourth class. The studio additionally confirmed that tracks from the PlayStation VR model will make it over to Oculus Rift and Vive on PC.

This DLC will price cash, however free music can be deliberate. “Music Packs might be paid content material however we plan so as to add some free tracks to the sport recurrently too. We have already got [a] few free tracks nearly prepared.”

I am stoked. I did not get into Beat Saber till just a few months in the past, throughout the vacation break, and that timing labored out relatively nicely. Like lots of the standout VR video games, it evokes this unbridled pleasure that is entertaining to play first-hand and watch at each excessive and low talent ranges. Beat Saber, Job Simulator, and Superhot are the sorts of eye-opening introductory experiences I need to share with everybody I do know.

Simply be sure you have one thing to wash up the sweat, as a result of it does not take lengthy in any respect for there to be a LOT of it. VR headsets are inclined to get good and steamy while you’re waving your arms round.

The one remorse I’ve with Beat Saber is the shortage of songs on PSVR, and I am completely prepared to pay for licensed music packs to develop my observe checklist. (Notice: the PC model helps customized songs.) “Pop/Stars” is my all-out jam, however I can solely hear it so many instances earlier than I lose my grip on actuality, y’know?

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