Rocket League Music Pack Drives Into Beat Saber
Swing your sabers to the beat of the supersonic acrobatic rocket-powered battle-cars.
Beat Games has announced a new music pack for its lightsaber-focused rhythm game, Beat Saber. Called Rocket League x Monstercat, the new music pack includes six songs from Psyonix's game about supersonic acrobatic rocket-powered battle-cars.
The six new songs take place in a Rocket League-inspired environment and also transform your normally Jedi and Sith-colored lightsabers into the vibrant blue and orange of Rocket League's default team colors. The pack includes Tokyo Machine's "Play" and "Rock It," Stephen Walking's "Glide," Slushii' "Luv U Need U," Dion Timmer' "Shiawase," and Slushii and Dion Timmer's collaboration: "Test Me."
DON'T PAUSE_PRESS PLAY— Beat Saber (@BeatSaber) November 7, 2019
💥 Rocket League x Monstercat Music Pack is OUT NOW! 💥
In collaboration with @RocketLeague & @Monstercat, we're bringing you the brand new Music Pack with 6 pumping tracks and Rocket League-inspired environment.
All petrolheads unite in Beat Saber! pic.twitter.com/j9RVtq714T
The new pack is available in all versions of the game for purchase right now. You can buy the pack at the links below.
Where To Buy Beat Saber: Rocket League x Monstercat Music Pack
- Steam -- $8.94 USD (25% off)
- Oculus Rift -- $2 USD per song
- Oculus Quest -- $2 USD per song
- PlayStation VR -- $9 USD (US) // £7.39 (UK)
Beat Saber is a VR game where you swing lightsabers to slice through approaching blocks to the rhythm of different songs. It's one of GameSpot's top VR games of 2018--we love the absolute bangers that fill its ever-expanding list of tunes and that the game provides a fun way of doing a brief workout.
In GameSpot's Beat Saber review, Alessandro Barbosa wrote, "Beat Saber is an exhilarating rush and an exhausting game to play in the best way. It has great music that is more varied than you might expect, complemented by smartly designed levels that marry their complex patterns perfectly to the beat. It's difficult to get bored of Beat Saber, especially thanks to its extensive campaign that pushes you to get better with each step up in difficulty."
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