Somebody over on the PlayStation Blog got a little too excited when they were writing up this week’s releases, as they’ve prematurely announced the tracks that will be included in Beat Saber’s first PSVR DLC package. Oops…
The PlayStation Blog post has since been amended but the full track listing is out in the wild now. The first DLC for Beat Saber on PSVR is called Monstercat Music Pack Vol. 1. Yep. It’s weird and I can’t for the life of me figure out why it has this name; no tracks indicate any kind of allegiance to the cat gods or otherwise, though the developer has seemingly confirmed it over on Twitter.
Okaaay guys, it was suppose to be a surprise but some of you got too excited on reddit. 😅 We’re proudly confirming our very first: Monstercat Music Pack Vol. 1! And it’s only 3 days left till the release! HELL YEAH! 🔥 pic.twitter.com/ozevEGlQ51
— Beat Saber (@BeatSaber) March 11, 2019
Update: And this is why it’s called the Monstercat Music Pack Vol. 1:
Monstercat refers to the music label all the artists are associated with. They do music for Rocket League as well.
— Kyle Marlia-Conner (@TheOneWhoCant) March 11, 2019
If you’re anything like me, the list of tracks down below will be completely unknown to you. There doesn’t seem to be any mainstream music coming to Beat Saber, but can you really imagine swinging around your lightsabers to the tune of Don’t Stop Me Know by Queen? Actually… Yes, yes I can. We need Queen!
The first DLC for Beat Saber on PSVR will release on March 14th. If you’ve yet to play the game and want to find out if it’s any good, read our review through here.
Update: The DLC update is now live!
Monstercat Music Pack Vol. 1
We Won’t Be Alone (feat. Laura Brehm) – Feint
Boundless – Aero Chord
Emoji VIP – Pegboard Nerds
Epic – Tokyo Machine
Feeling Stronger (feat. Charlotte Colley) – Muzzy
Overkill – RIOT
Rattlesnake – Rogue
Stronger (feat. Emel) – Stonebank
This Time – Kayzo
Till It’s Over – Tristam
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