Developers are working full – time to finalize the console version.
About three months after Sony confirmed at E3 that Beat Saber would arrive “soon” to PSVR, Jaroslav Beck, CEO of Beat Games, has commented via Twitter that the team is working full-time on the console version, so he notes that it will be completed at the end of the year. The company previously shared that they were working on this version for Sony’s virtual reality while implementing new features (level editor, multiplayer, etc.) for the early access version that is available on PC, but apparently they are now dedicating more resources in order to finish this version.
Team is working on it fulltime. It’ll be done by end of this year;)
– Jaroslav Beck (@Sqeepo) September 3, 2018
“The team is working on it full-time.
It will be completed by the end of this year,” he says.
Beat Saber will not only make the leap to PSVR this year, as the team is also preparing its arrival in the arcades through a standard license and a special version in the form of an arcade machine, which was announced last week as a collaboration with Skonec Entertainment. The latter will be available in the coming weeks in some locations in China and South Korea.