The developer Beat Games announced that during this month the first Music Pack (musical package) for Beat Saber will be released.
He also added that said musical package will not be alone, but that together with it an update will be presented for the change of the user interface in the game.
So far, the release of Beat Saber Music Pack 1 (Beat Saber Musical Package 1) is scheduled for March 14 (this month). The aforementioned update includes both OST vol. 1, OST vol. 2, as Extras, which will be published on PS4 and PC; meaning that finally the PC will get the songs that were previously exclusive to PS4. On the other hand, in the announcement, the developer Beat Games did not want to reveal which songs were included in the Beat Saber Music Pack 1; but it did reveal the new user interface, and clarified that such redesign should help explore the songs for each OTS released, both for this Beat Saber Music Pack version, as well as future ones. The new user interface design that was mentioned can be seen below.
Beat Saber is available, officially, for PSVR, however you can still get early access in Oculus Rift, Windows Mixed Reality and HTC Vive. It is worth mentioning that the PC versions of Beat Saber have large modding communities in which an immeasurable amount of additional tracks that you can enjoy has been added. Having mentioned all of the above about Beat Saber, it does not hurt to recommend that you try, in case you have not done it. It can be said that Beat Saber is a game that gives you an impressive experience, since it has a virtual reality where you face obstacles to overcome and allows you to use lightsabers, to the beat of a diversity of songs, where it results in a virtual reality that catches you completely.
In a review of Beat Saber
for PSVR, Alessandro Barbosa gave the game an 8/10, mentioning the following: "Beat Saber
is an exciting race and an exhausting game to play in the best way. more varied than you would expect, complemented by intelligently designed levels that combine their complex patterns perfectly to the rhythm.It is difficult to get bored of Beat Saber
, especially thanks to its extensive campaign that pushes it to improve with each step in difficulty. It is also sometimes uneven with confusingly counterintuitive challenges, which can frustrate you to the point of taking a break.And when you do, you will realize that Beat Saber
also has little content, with only a handful of songs and no means to raise the customs However, despite these flaws, it's still a satisfying game and, without a doubt, it's one of the best PSVR games you can buy right now. to ".