Beat Games is getting ready to unleash their next music pack for Beat Saber (2018), VR’s popular block-slashing rhythm game.
The studio says the game’s second official music pack should arrive on June 10th, although they haven’t specified the artists, genre, price, or anything really at this point besides the launch date.
A few keen-eyed Twitter users have managed a pretty good guess regarding the contents of the next music pack however, matching up and then pixelating the album cover of Imagine Dragons’ single Natural.
Launching in March, Beat Saber’s first music pack was Monstercat Music Pack Vol. 1, which included 10 songs featuring a pretty narrow array of electronic dance music, presented each with five difficulty levels: easy, normal, hard, expert, and expert+ modes.
The game’s first paid DLC music pack sold for $13, or $2 per song when purchased individually. While it’s uncertain, it’s possible Beat Games will try to hit that same price point for their second music pack.
Beat Games has confirmed that June 10th will be the global launch date for the next music pack, which will include support for all targeted headsets including Oculus Rift, HTC Vive, Windows VR, PSVR, and Oculus Quest.