‘Beat Saber’ Electronic Mixtape Brings Fatboy Slim, Darude, Deadmau5 & More


Popular block-slashing rhythm game Beat Saber just got an unexpected drop of 12 new tracks in its Electronic Mixtape paid DLC, which includes content spanning nearly two decades of electronic music.

Beat Games, the Meta-owned developers behind Beat Saber, initially teased the Electronic Mixtape at Meta’s Quest Gaming Showcase late last month. Now the studio has surprise-launched the paid DLC across all supported VR headsets starting today.

Beat Saber’s Electronic Mixtape comes with 10 songs for $13, or $2 per song when purchased individually. Check out the full track list below:

  • Marshmello – “Alone”
  • Martin Garrix – “Animals”
  • Bomfunk MC’s – “Freestyler”
  • Deadmau5 – “Ghosts ‘n’ Stuff” (feat. Rob Swire)
  • Madeon – “Icarus”
  • Darude – “Sandstorm”
  • Zedd – “Stay The Night” (feat. Hayley Williams)
  • Fatboy Slim – “The Rockafeller Skank”
  • Rudimental – “Waiting All Night” (feat. Ella Eyre)
  • Pendulum – “Witchcraft”

Ok, so Beat Saber is already pretty electronic-heavy. Whatever you may think of the music on offer though, the constant influx of paid and free DLC has kept Beat Saber squarely seated in the top 10 on respective lists for most popular VR game on both the Quest and PSVR platforms—not bad for a game from 2018.

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The launch of today’s Electronic Mixtape pack follows what seems like a non-stop push for evermore DLC. Thanks to Meta’s deep pockets, Beat Saber has been able to include content from high-profile artists such as SkrillexBTSGreen DayTimbalandLinkin Park, and Imagine Dragons, not to mention the Interscope Music Pack featuring tracks from the likes of Kendrick Lamar, OneRepublic, Limp Bizkit, and Maroon 5.

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  • Jeremiah Tothenations

    I’ll get Darude and FatboySlim, the rest are meh to me.