Beat Saber: “Electronic Mixtape” brings heaps of EDM classics
Beat Saber goes back to its roots and brings two decades of electronic dance music into virtual reality.
The latest paid DLC was announced at the Meta Quest Gaming Showcase and is available now for all virtual reality platforms that offer Beat Saber.
Pop, rap and rock are left out this time around: The stage is reserved for EDM classics like Freestyler, Sandstorm and The Rockafeller Skank.
Here comes the full track list:
- Marshmello – “Alone
- Martin Garrix – “Animals
- Bomfunk MC’s – “Freestyler”
- Deadmau5 – “Ghosts ‘n’ Stuff” (feat. Rob Swire)
- Madeon – “Icarus”
- Darude – “Sandstorm”
- Zedd – “Stay The Night” (feat. Hayley Williams)
- Fatboy Slim – “The Rockafeller Skank”
- Rudimental – “Waiting All Night” (feat. Ella Eyre)
- Pendulum – “Witchcraft”
Second mixtape for Beat Saber
As usual, the Music Pack comes with a new environment. It uses the recently introduced new lighting system and new notes that add more nuances to the established gameplay.
The Electronic Mixtape is the second paid DLC after the Interscope Mixtape, which gathers tracks from various artists and is the 14th paid Music Pack for Beat Saber overall. An overview of all paid DLCs released so far:
- Fall Out Boy
- Lady Gaga
- Billie Eilish
- Interscope Mixtape
- Linkin Park
- Green Day
- Monstercat X Rocket League
- Panic! at the Disco
- Imagine Dragons
- Monstercat Vol. 1
The Electronic Mixtape costs $13 for the entire package or $2 per individual song.
Custom Songs: Quest version not yet compatible
The DLC corresponds to Beat Saber version 1.22.0. Those who use Custom Songs on the PC can update the game directly: Most PC mods should work flawlessly. Quest users, on the other hand, will have to be patient or downgrade their game to version 1.21.0 to enjoy Custom Songs.
More information about Beat Saber modding can be found in our Beat Saber Custom Songs installation guide.
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