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Beat Saber Rocket League Music Pack DLC Tipped For Release


It looks like the upcoming Beat Saber announcement that was recently teased for November 7th is a new music pack in partnership with Rocket League developer, Psyonix, and music label Monstercat.

We found out about the new Beat Saber music pack from a video created by YouTuber Get To Da Choppa VR in which he points out a PSN Store listing for the pack was found already ahead of any sort of official announcement. Unless it has been taken down by the time you read this, you can see it listed right here. We’ve also included an image for reference in case it gets taken down prior to release:

Beat Saber Rocket League Music Pack DLC Tipped For Release 1

As you can tell this new Beat Saber music pack includes six songs, all of which are used in Rocket League, and will cost $8.99:

  • Tokyo Machine – ‘PLAY’
  • Stephen Walking – ‘Glide’
  • Slushii – ‘LUV U NEED U’
  • Tokyo Machine – ‘ROCK IT’
  • Dion Timmer – ‘Shiawase’
  • Slushii & Dion Timmer – ‘Test Me’

Notably, this is the second cheapest Beat Saber music pack to date, ahead of only the $6.99 four-song Panic! at the Disco pack. The music pack follows a trend of focusing mostly on electronic-style music, which is great for fans of that genre. Here’s Tokyo Machine’s PLAY for reference:

Notably, this new Beat Saber music pack that’s partnered with one of the most popular indie games of the generation (Rocket League) launches on the same day as Pistol Whip, Cloudhead Games’ upcoming new rhythm shooter. You can see tons of gameplay footage of that on our YouTube channel and keep an eye out for our review once it launches later this week.

Let us know what you think of the selections down in the comments below!

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