We expected Beat Saber as a day-one title on PSVR 2 when the headset launched in February, but it seems Meta had different ideas. Better late than never though, as everyone’s favorite block-slashing rhythm game is now available on PSVR 2 as a free upgrade from the PSVR version, coming alongside a paid music pack featuring the ever-iconic band Queen.

The Queen music pack is available across all supported platforms, including Quest, PSVR/2, and PC VR headsets, priced at $14.

It includes the 11 tracks listed below:

  • “Another One Bites the Dust”
  • “Bohemian Rhapsody”
  • “Crazy Little Thing Called Love”
  • “Don’t Stop Me Now”
  • “I Want It All”
  • “Killer Queen”
  • “One Vision”
  • “Somebody to Love”
  • “Stone Cold Crazy”
  • “We Are The Champions”
  • “We Will Rock You”

If you already own Beat Saber on PSVR, you can upgrade to the PSVR 2 version for free. This will also allow you to transfer any music packs previously purchased on PSVR at no extra cost.

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  • ViRGiN

    But I thought Meta was nothing more than an evil empire?

    • Ookami

      yes, every scummy thing they’ve ever done is absolved because they brought Beat Saber to PSVR2 as a free upgrade lol

      • ViRGiN

        Hey, at least they didn’t drop support for a game launcher to millions of users, just because you are using a perfectly working, but not the latest, operating system.

        • Ookami

          They literally just bricked all unactivated Quest 1s and Gos. Need to favor rest then for whatever reason? Too bad!
          I’d say that’s worse than dropping support of an outdated windows that a minuscule amount of people use.
          But sure “muh Valve!”

          • ViRGiN

            Outdated? Miniscule?
            If you’re defending this, why after you butthurt about go and quest 1? It might be less than 2%, but those % are bigger playerbase than steam Linux ever will have. We are talking about several million people affected, but sure, they need windows 11 because you said so you punk. Quest 1 is still activatable, and go had unlock tools released, you can literally do anything with.

            What a stupid ass shit you’re saying as usual.
            Explain to an oldtimer WhY he has to buy a new laptop just to play The game that doesn’t even have online support, because steam lazy bum ass can’t produce a normal game launcher that isn’t a stupid outdated browser

          • Ookami

            Really triggered you there lol. Are you sure you didn’t pop a vein?
            Again bricking hardware thats only 4 years old (and that Meta sold) is not comparable to dropping support of an operating system that’s 11 years old. Note that every software developer is doing support of it around now or in the near future. Also note that even a 20 year old xbox can still be factory rest. No amount of fake math from you changes those facts.
            Of course I wish win 8 users weren’t getting left behind, but the two situations aren’t even comparable in the slightest

          • ViRGiN

            Classic pro valve bullshit and anti Meta fake news. But muh meta!
            The only thing getting bricked is your shattered pants.

          • Ookami

            Says the guy who makes every article and discussion about Valve, even when no one else brought it up.
            Low-key obsessed.

          • ViRGiN

            Noone else brings up Valve, because this is the internet, dominated by Valve PC monopoly, and Valve is sacred.
            Cope, and keep spreading anti-meta fake news, you surely convinced a few people who believe “full body tracking” exists and they will remain loyal to Valve no matter what, while you will continue to complain about MOBILE games not running on PCVR.

          • Ookami

            Even for some one who’s known for not making any sense, that was impressive

          • ViRGiN

            Ha, trigerred.

          • Ookami


  • Hussain X

    PSVR2 players can now finally beat their sabers, with next gen haptics giving enhanced sensations.

  • It was about time

  • Dave

    They did this the right way, brilliant, pity it took so long.