Timbaland Music Pack Coming to Beat Saber Next Week

The Facebook Game Developers Showcase continues today with an announcement from Beat Games. Next week will see the studio add another music pack to Beat Saber’s track library, with a selection of original songs from Timbaland.

The well-known rapper and music producer has created a set of exclusive tracks spanning different genres featuring artists like Bruno Martini, Kaydence, Nash Overstreet, Karra & Common Strangers and Sid Tipton.

Full Timbaland Music Pack tracklist:

  • Sid Tipton, Timbaland – Has A Meaning
  • Kaydence, Timbaland – Dumb Thingz
  • Wavezswavesz – While We’re Young
  • Nash Overstreet, Karra & Common Strangers – What I Like
  • Bruno Martini, Timbaland – Famous ft. Jake Davis
  • The Timbaland Music Pack will be available across all of Beat Saber’s supported platforms including Oculus Quest and Rift S, Valve Index, HTC Vive, Windows Mixed Reality and PlayStation VR. The pack will be available from 26th March 2020 at 6am PT (1pm GMT), retailing for $7.99 USD. The songs will also be released across popular music services Spotify, Apple Music, and iTunes for $1.99 each.

    Well-known artists such as Imagine Dragons, Green Day, K/DA, and more have seen continued success on Beat Saber with Facebook noting that over 10 million songs have been sold through downloadable content. Yesterday, Facebook – which owns Beat Games – revealed that over 20 titles had generated $1 million in revenue on Oculus Quest and Beat Saber was probably one of them.

    Beat Saber has been one of the most successful VR titles selling over 2 million copies worldwide whilst spawning it own arcade machine. Originally released into Steam Early Access back in 2018, Beat Saber saw its official launch take place a year later, adding new platforms as well as new features like the Level Editor.

    The title scored a maximum stars in VRFocus’ review, finding that both PC and Oculus Quest versions were equally a worthwhile purchase, offering highly energetic VR gaming that’s difficult to put down. VRFocus will continue its coverage of Beat Saber, reporting back with the latest updates.

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