Beat Saber VR

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When it comes to the VR universe, games are done in a variety of ways to ensure that gamers are stimulated both visually and physically. Such as dancing games, or exploring games. But now, there's a title that will give you a sci-fi twist on a rhythm title that will make you wish you had your own...uh...plasma sword. Welcome to Beat Saber.
Beat Saber is a rather unique VR rhythm game where you are tasked with slashing the beats (represented by small cubes in this title). As they come towards you, you'll want to match the rhythm and the direction you'll see them coming as. Each level in the game is handmade by the team and will test you while also letting you have fun as you move around. You'll actually be dancing in a way as you slash with your saber. Visually and in terms of audio, it'll be quite a stimulating experience.
As noted, this is quite a unique title, and while you'll feel like a certain kind of knight from a galaxy far, far away, you'll also see the rhythm in the music that makes the game special.
You might be wondering, "But I'm not exactly a music person, can I play Beat Saber?" Yes! Yes, you can! You will be able to see just how wonderful it is without having a big connection to beats and music, as long as you understand the basic concept of the title, you'll know what to do.
As you can see, Beat Saber is a game like no other on VR, and that's the entire point! Let out your frustration, get your dance on, and move to the beat as you slice cubes to bits!

{STEAM_CLAN_IMAGE}/32055887/3a13e1c04c4f91a16c53fdb3a7662bcae60f48fa.png Hey players, There are never enough new beatmaps to play, right? Today, we're bringing you 46 new beatmaps across 18 songs = 10 new 360°/90° levels EACH + 26 new One Saber levels! GOOD NEWS – The new free update just dropped so go download it! What else is part of this update: Fixed controller button mapping caused by incorrectly detected Oculus Rift device. Fixed displaying invalid player name in the leaderboards. Fixed is...


- Fixed rare bug where submitted score was put in incorrect leaderboard. - Fixed selecting new songs from main menu. - Fixed issues with haptics when using Oculus Link.


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{STEAM_CLAN_IMAGE}/32055887/8b365e3fdd9e8494987ea92543114404f20db891.png Hey players, 'FitBeat' – our brand new fitness song – just launched as a free release in Beat Saber. We just wanted to bring you a fun song and get you pumped. YAY! Go find it in the section 'Extras'. You can play it in Standard, One Saber and 360°/90° Modes! Except for that, in this update you will also find: - Fixed screen distortion effect when smoke was disabled. - Fixed bug in Level Editor where some obstacles were inc...


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  • OS: Windows 7/8.1/10 (64bit)
  • Processor: Intel Core i5 Sandy Bridge or equivalent
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Graphics: Nvidia GTX 960 or equivalent
  • DirectX: Version 11
  • Storage: 200 MB available space



  • OS: Windows 7/8.1/10 (64bit)
  • Processor: Intel Core i7 Skylake or equivalent
  • Memory: 8 GB RAM
  • Graphics: Nvidia GTX 1060 or equivalent
  • DirectX: Version 12
  • Storage: 200 MB available space
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