The popular Beat Games music game will make its debut on the Sony platform with new content.
Beat Games has confirmed via Twitter that the exclusive content of the PSVR version of Beat Saber will also arrive on PC.
“Dear Rift & Vive players, the new sabers, modifiers and practice mode will be added to the PC version much earlier in the next updates, while the campaign and the 5 new songs will arrive on other platforms at a later date.”
ORIGINAL NEWS (08/11/2018):
The version for PSVR of Beat Saber, which confirmed PlayStation at E3, already has a release date: november 20. The title will come to the Sony platform with some exclusive contentlike five songs, a campaign and a way to practice.
Below is the full list of features that will include:
- Challenging campaign: a new campaign created exclusively for PSVR players.
- New exclusive songs: five new exclusive songs from the talent of great electronic music artists.
- Switch: plenty of modifiers to make the title more challenging and exciting.
- Epic sabers: with new finishes and more spectacular than ever.
- Practical mode: it will allow you to start the level from where the player wants and even slow it down to practice the most complicated parts.
- Party mode: a perfect way for friends and family to get together and start playing in seconds.
- Single saber mode: to squeeze your skill by using a single saber.
- Arrow-free mode: the direction in which you use the sabre will depend only on the player.
- Global rankings: an online ranking where you can check your own scores and those of other players from all over the world.
Beat Saber is a game in which, with the help of motion controllers, we have to cut to the rhythm of the music a series of cubes that come towards us. We can learn more about mechanics and how scoring works in the following article.
The company has also announced that they will continue to update the game after its release, in addition to soon releasing an expansion with 10 new songs.
At the moment they have not shared the price, although we can take as a reference the€ 19.99 that the PC version costs.