The key to achieving the highest score per block lies in cutting through the middle at a right angle and making a long movement after the cut.
So that we can get the highest score possible in Beat Saber, Hyperbolic Magnetism he has shared through Twitter a small video in which they explain how the scoring system works, which as we well know is based on cutting the pieces that come with the sword of the same color as the block, but there are certain aspects to take into account if we want to achieve the maximum 110 points that each one can give us.
“The turning angle of the controller before cutting should be at least 90 degrees to get a maximum of 70 points. Don’t worry about cutting in a straight line, the algorithm is quite tolerant. You need to continue to move the controller and make an angle of at least 60 degrees after the cut. This will give you an additional 30 points. You can get 10 more points depending on how close the cut made is to the center of the cube, the more similar the two parts are, the more points you will get,” they explain.
We can see the explanation illustrated in the following video:
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In short, “make the turn as much as you can. For example, when an arrow is pointing down, start with your hands behind your head (the sabers pointing back), make a big movement until it cuts the note and then keep going all the way down. That will give you extra points.”
The team continues to work mainly on the level editor, the competitive multiplayer mode and the PSVR version.