Beat Saber has released a new music pack featuring six new songs along with a custom environment that has been inspired by Rocket League.

Beat Saber Rocket League Music Pack
Beat Saber Rocket League Music Pack

The newest addition was released on November 7th for the breakout virtual reality game which has been a huge hit with many VR enthusiasts worldwide: the Rocket League x Monstercat Music Pack.

The six new songs included in the latest track include the following:-

  • “PLAY” by Tokyo Machine
  • “Glide” by Stephen Walking
  • “Test Me” by Slushii & Dion Timmer
  • “LUV U NEED U” by Slushii
  • “Shiawase” by Dion Trimmer
  • “ROCK IT” by Tokyo Machine

The new songs are now available individually for $2. You can also purchase them as a package on the Oculus Store (for Quest and Rift), on Steam or in the PlayStation Store.

The Music Pack is a product of the collaboration between the Canadian independent label Monstercat and the development studio Psyonix which is behind the successful car-ball game Rocket League.

For $8.99, you can have the whole package of six songs. Users can also listen to the songs individually either on YouTube or on Spotify.

Beat Saber is Planning Support for Custom Songs

In early October, Beat Games released the “Panic! At the Disco” Music Pack. Before that, the studio had released the “Imagine Dragons” Music Pack. The free songs were last released at the end of August with the OST 3.

This December will also see the release of a new 360-degree game mode for Oculus Quest. The official custom song support for Beat Saber is currently under development. However, the introduction of customs songs functionality for Beat Games will create lots of legal challenges and Beat Games is telling users not to expect a quick solution to the calls for custom songs.

Rocket League players around the world can now get two custom items-a Boost and a Topper- for free just by logging into Rocket League and these will feature cubes from Beat Saber.

Beat Saber passed the 1 million downloads mark in March which made it the best and fastest-selling virtual reality game ever. In 2018, Beat Saber also bagged the top game of the year honors. You can purchase the Beat Saber Music Pack for just $8.99 on all the supporting platforms.

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