New music for Beat Saber (2018) seems to be flowing in at faster clip ever since Facebook acquired Beat Games, the Czech Republic-based VR studio. Now, the creators have announced that a new music pack from rapper & producer Timbaland is set to arrive next week.

Update (March 26th, 2020): The latest DLC for Beat Saber, the Timabland Music Pack, is now available on all platforms, priced at $8 for five songs, or $2 for individual songs.

The album of original tracks made for the game launched at the same time, and we’ve filled out the original article below with links to the album and songs on Spotify if you’d like to preview the music before purchasing.

Original Article (March 17th, 2020): Timbaland created music specifically for Beat Saber, which includes song co-created with Bruno Martini, Kaydence, Common Strangers, and Sid Tipton.

The pack will be available for $8 (or $2 per song) across all platforms, which includes Oculus Rift, Oculus Quest, SteamVR-compatible headsets, and PSVR.

Since its all-new music, you’ll only be able to sample the tracks starting on launch day. The album is available on iTunes, Apple Music, and Spotify as of March 26th at 12 AM PT (local time here).

Here’s the track list:

Having now sold over two million copies worldwide across all platforms, Facebook tells us that Beat Saber has sold over 10 million songs through its DLC, which includes tracks from artists such as Imagine Dragons, Green Day, K/DA, Panic! At the Disco, and a number of under the Monster Cat record label.

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  • kuhpunkt

    Ugh. Slow songs.

  • gothicvillas

    Shockingly bad music choice.. again :( looks like BS thinks all players are 12 year olds