Tag Archive: Saber


Beat Saber update adds 46 new beatmaps in time for Memorial Day

Red and blue is coming at you from every direction.

What you need to know A new Memorial Day update for Beat Saber includes 46 new beatmaps for existing songs. In addition to 360-degree and 90-degree levels, Beat Games has created a new normal and expert+ difficulties for some single saber songs. This update is free and available on all platforms including Oculus Quest, PlayStation VR (PSVR), and PC VR platforms.

While Beat Saber gamers have grown  [Read More…]

Beat Saber just gained three free songs on Steam, PSVR, and Oculus

Beat Saber’s library of music continues to expand with three new songs from Cametek.

What you need to know Beat Saber just added three free songs from Cametek. The songs come with the latest update to the popular rhythmic game. The songs are available on Steam, the PlayStation Store, and the Oculus Store.

Beat Games just added three new songs to the popular rhythmic game Beat Saber. All three songs are from the artist Cametek and come  [Read More…]

Here’s how you can sideload songs onto Beat Saber for the Oculus Quest

Beat Saber is one of the best titles on the Oculus Quest. It has you slash blocks and dodge bombs to the rhythm of pop, drum, bass, and more. While Beat Saber has a nice selection of songs built-in and has more songs through DLC, it falls short when it comes to most contemporary music. Thankfully, users have created custom song levels for Beat Saber.

Updated January 23, 2020: An update to Beat Saber stopped some methods  [Read More…]

360-degree and 90-degree levels arrive on Beat Saber

Beat Saber just took things to a whole new level.

What you need to know Beat Saber now supports 360-degree and 90-degree levels. The update is available across several platforms, including Oculus Quest, Oculus Rift, and SteamVR. The update also adds a Green Day Music Pack, which is available for $ 9.

Beat Saber’s latest update brings one of the platform’s most anticipated features, 360-degree levels, to all platforms. The same update also brings 90-degree levels and  [Read More…]

Oculus just bought Beat Saber developer Beat Games

This should give the studio more opportunities to innovate.

What you need to know Oculus has bought Beat Games. Beat Games developed Beat Saber, the highly popular VR rhythm title. Beat Games will operate as an independent studio in Prague.

Oculus has announced that it has acquired Beat Games, the developer behind Beat Saber. The company emphasized how impressed it was with Beat Games’ accomplishments, creating the first VR-only platinum hit.

Beat Saber is a perfect example  [Read More…]

Custom levels are coming to Beat Saber on the Oculus Quest

What you need to know Custom level support is coming to Beat Saber on the Oculus Quest. The tweet announcing it specifically mentions Custom Levels, not custom songs. The update has no confirmed release date or timeline.

Beat Saber is one of the most popular titles on several VR platforms, including the Oculus Quest. The official Beat Saber Twitter account stated that support for custom levels is on the way. Once this is rolled out, users will be  [Read More…]

How to improve PlayStation VR controller accuracy for Beat Saber

Lighting is the most important aspect of accuracy.

When you first start playing Beat Saber you will notice how important the accuracy of your cuts are. The game scores you not on the timing of your attack, like Guitar Hero would, but on the accuracy and angle of your cut when you hit the cube.

This means that the accuracy of your controller is incredibly important. The PlayStation VR Move controllers are famously not all that accurate  [Read More…]

Beat Saber Review: It’s as good as you wanted it to be with one exception

Beat Saber feels like the reason the PlayStation exists.

Most of you will have seen the videos online. Those crazy people who look like they could be Jedi, swinging their VR controllers around with wild abandon, killing those blocks with all the ferocity of a samurai? Those people have been playing Beat Saber for the PC VR headsets and now it’s the PlayStation VR owners chance to get in on the action.

Beat Saber is a simple  [Read More…]

How to set up a safe play space for Beat Saber on PlayStation VR

This is a physical game requiring a fair amount of space

Beat Saber has arrived on PlayStation VR and we all need to be ready. Those of you who have seen the game on other platforms or watched the amazing YouTube videos out there will know Beat Saber is an energy intensive and physical game.

With that physicality comes the need to have a large amount of space around you to make sure you don’t inadvertently break  [Read More…]

How to play Beat Saber on Oculus Go

ALVR allows you to play a one-handed version of Beat Saber.

Oculus Go is a standalone wireless VR headset that natively allows you to enjoy some quality mobile Oculus experiences. Coupled with Air Light VR (ALVR), a free piece of open-source software, you can actually stream SteamVR games normally reserved for PC-based headsets to the Oculus Go.

While a lot of those SteamVR experiences won’t work properly, Beat Saber seems to now fall under the category of  [Read More…]