Beat Saber Releasing Weeknd Pack
Fans of the block-slashing VR rhythm game Beat Saber have new tunes to groove to as the game releases a music pack featuring songs from The Weeknd. Developer Beat Games has released the latest music pack for its hit VR rhythm game Beat Saber, this time featuring 10 songs from singer and producer The Weeknd. This
Fans of the block-slashing VR rhythm game Beat Saber have new tunes to groove to as the game releases a music pack featuring songs from The Weeknd.
Developer Beat Games has released the latest music pack for its hit VR rhythm game Beat Saber, this time featuring 10 songs from singer and producer The Weeknd. This latest music pack comes in an update-heavy year for the aging VR title, which has already seen several high-profile DLC releases and new block types added to Beat Saber in 2022.
First released in 2018, Beat Saber is a VR rhythm game developed by Beat Games and available for PC VR, PSVR, and Meta Quest headsets. Featuring a catalog of original music, with tracks from several well-known artists available to purchase as paid DLC, Beat Saber has served as an entry point to VR for many gamers in recent years. The simple-to-learn but hard-to-master gameplay made the unique rhythm title one of the first hit games for consumer VR headsets, with Beat Games announcing in early 2022 that Beat Saber sold over 4 million copies. A steady stream of new music, and the ability to mod the game to add new music and features, have helped Beat Saber remain one of the most iconic VR titles on the market.
Thanks in part to a steady stream of post-launch content, Beat Saber has managed to maintain its place as one of the most recognizable and successful VR titles on the marketplace. Although AAA VR titles like Half-Life: Alyx have managed to occasionally grab the spotlight thanks to their polished presentation and innovative gameplay, few VR titles have managed to keep consumers coming back to their headsets in the way that Beat Saber has. Although no official announcement has been made yet about its development, a potential PSVR2 Beat Saber port that takes advantage of the new hardware could be a huge selling point for Sony.
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