'Beat Saber' Gets New 'Rocket League' Monstercat Music Pack DLC – Road to VR

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    Beat Games, the Czech Republic-based studio behind Beat Saber (2018), is again making good on their promise to keep the fresh music flowing to their block-slashing VR rhythm game. Starting today, you’ll be able to download the newest paid DLC pack featuring some of the catchiest tunes to find their way into Rocket League (2015).

    The game’s newest music pack contains six songs you may recognize from the popular vehicular soccer game, provided by Monstercat, long-time music partners of both Rocket League and Beat Saber.

    To go along with the tracks, the music pack is also adding a new beat-slashing environment inspired by Rocket League, which features goalposts flanked by a pair of rocket-powered cars.

    Here’s the track list below:

    • Dion Timmer – Shiawase
    • Slushii & Dion Timmer – Test Me
    • Slushii – LUV U NEED U
    • Stephen Walking – Glide
    • Tokyo Machine – PLAY
    • Tokyo Machine – ROCK IT
    • Selling for $9, you’ll find the Rocket League x Monstercat music pack on Steam (Vive, Rift, Index, Windows VR), the Oculus Store (Rift, Quest), and the PlayStation Store (PSVR).

      In a bit of a weird crossover, Rocket League also now features two new Beat Saber-themed customization items—a beat-block Topper and Boost animation—letting you show off your love for the VR game.

      This brings the game’s paid DLC music packs to a total of four, including music packs from Panic at the Disco!, Imagine Dragons, and Monstercat Music Pack Vol. 1.

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