Beat Games, the studio behind the popular block-slashing rhythm game Beat Saber (2018), today released a free update that brings with it six new playable tracks to the game, and a few new features and improvements too.

The OST Vol. 3 music pack is now live on all supported platforms, which includes Steam (HTC Vive, Oculus Rift, Valve Index, Windows VR headsets), the Oculus Store (Rift, Quest), and the PlayStation Store (PSVR).

Original Soundtrack Vol. 3 includes:

  • Origins – by Jaroslav Beck and Jan Ilavsky featuring Mutrix
  • Reason For Living – by Morgan Page
  • Give A Little Love – by Pegboard Nerds
  • Full Charge – by Pixl
  • Immortal – by Slippy
  • Burning Sands – by Boom Kitty

Before jumping in for some block-slashing fun, you can also preview, download or stream OST Vol. 3 from multiple services, including Apple Music, Google Music, Amazon, Spotify, and more.

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Today’s update also includes new features and improvements for the game including:

  • Color scheme (for notes/sabers, obstacles and lights) override and customization.
  • Level environment override.
  • More precise swing angles detection.
  • Improved lighting.
  • Tweaked note jump start positions and speed in Expert+ difficulty for Crystallized, Cycle Hit and WHAT THE CAT!?
  • Minor fixes in WHAT THE CAT!? beatmaps.
  • Fixed bug when game doesn’t start properly if player data gets somehow corrupted.

It’s been a pretty busy summer for Beat Saber, as the game has not only received three free tracks from EDM artist Camellia in late July, but also a 10 paid tracks from the Grammy Award-winning rock band Imagine Dragons.

And yes, we’re still waiting on the fabled 360 game mode, which was teased back at E3 2019 in June.

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  • The Bard

    They are milking the cow. I dislike this company for being so greedy. Never discount, charging 29 USD for simple and silly game. Not worth the cash.

    • DanDei

      If you feel entitled to get a game you can sink hundreds of hours into and that is regardded one of the best VR games for less than 29 dollars you are the one that is greedy. And cheap.

      • The Bard

        Don’t play fool. I know you are. Sinking for hundreds of hours? This is totally subjective and silly excuse. One can play some game for 30 minutes, the other for 1 hour or 10.

        • asshat

          ive objected you in the past, but i support you here!. Theyre suuuuuuuper fucking cheap and greedy and its not that great of a game. sure its good but all were going to see is rehashes of this for decades that never improve. its DDR for vr.

        • The Mogget

          Between me, my wife, my two kids, and everyone who visits my house, that game has more hours on it than the rest of the my Quest library combined. Robo Recall is a very distant second.

    • The Mogget

      Yes, but why do you say that in response to this article? Yes, BeatSaber costs a lot compared to other games on the Quest, but that is not the news here.

      The news here is that it now, for free, has more tracks to play. That makes that 29 USD a slightly better proposition. If they keep using sales at 29 USD to keep adding more and more tracks, it will eventually be worth that.

      The game is very simple to learn, but difficult to master. And the best workout on the Quest. If that is silly, what games do you think aren’t silly?

  • The Mogget

    The new free tracks are awesome! I am so glad whats-his-name is focusing on getting more music into the game because that was its main failing.