Multiplayer was added a year ago Defeat sabers on Oculus Quest and other PC VR headsets. However, the update for PlayStation VR was delayed. Today, with the multiplayer update now available on PlayStation, PSVR players can finally join up to four others in competitive gameplay in Beat Saber.
For over a year since the update arrived on other platforms, both public and private games are available for up to five players. Any of Beat Saber’s Songs can be played in multiplayer including the original soundtrack, free songs, the original soundtrack bonus packs, and various DLC additions from certain bands. In addition to the standard multiplayer mode, there is a “lobby and arena-like environment” for larger competitions. If you don’t want to compete, you can watch the competition from above.
Before players can compete against each other, they must create an avatar with a variety of appearances and outfits to choose from. These will be visible during the game as well as on the final results screen where the winners will receive a fireworks podium ceremony. Regardless of the results, everyone will end up receiving a badge with their best performance, e.g. B. the most precise slicer or the slowest. Finally, there is also the option to customize the color of sabers and blocks.
At the same time, this update has added a new Halloween themed song that is free for everyone. Jaroslav Beck’s “Spooky Beat” can also be played in multiplayer mode. It’s the newest song to add to Defeat sabers following the release of the Billie Eilish song pack in September and the Skrillex song pack in August. There were also song packages from BTS, Linkin Park, Timbaland, Green Day, Panic! at the Disco and Imagine Dragons as well as compilation packs from the Monstercat and Interscope labels.
The PSVR Defeat sabers The multiplayer update was originally postponed to January 2021 because development was taking longer than expected. As that deadline came and went, PlayStation gamers began to wonder if they could ever play the game with friends. Today’s news came as a bit of a surprise, but we’re not complaining. It’s not like I like having feelings in my arms anyway.[Source: PlayStation Blog]