VR rhythm game Beat Saber releases in May

VR rhythm game Beat Saber releases in May

Hacking through enemies in VR with swords is one thing but Beat Saber will let you slash you through the beats in May.

Hyperbolic Magnetism’s Beat Saber is going to give VR players a decent arm workout when it releases on 1 May as players will be taking down the oncoming beats. With each beat, players have to slash it with either the left or right hand in a specific direction depending on the beat. It’s quite simple and does look like fun.

How much enjoyment you get out of this will really depend on whether you like the music or not. In my case, unless it had “rock” mode, which I seriously doubt it does, it’s not for me. Nice concept though.

Keep an eye on the Steam page for pricing prior to release.

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