Timbaland has a new music pack for VR game Beat Saber

Today in ‘okay this is a thing’ news, rapper Timbaland is flexing his chops over the ninja Guitar Hero of VR experiences.

If you’ve had the pleasure of playing Beat Saber then you know what an exciting amalgam of rhythm games and virtual sword fighting the game is. Set to high energy electronic tracks or fast paced rock, the game puts you in control of slicing through beats as they come towards you whilst avoiding obstacles with your body.

It’s exhilarating and intense and is now seemingly available with a collection of five tracks from producer and hit-making rapper Timbaland. The Timbaland Music Pack covers genres from rap to EDM with features from Sid Tipton, Kaydence, Wavezswavesz, Nash Overstreet, Karra, Common Strangers, and Bruno Martini.

The five original tracks have been created just for Beat Saber and is available for $7.99. You can also listen to the tracks just for fun on streaming services or buy them on iTunes.

The pack launches on March 26th featuring the tracks:

  • Sid Tipton, Timbaland – Has A Meaning
  • Kaydence, Timbaland – Dumb Thingz
  • Wavezswavesz – While We’re Young
  • Nash Overstreet, Karra & Common Strangers – What I Like
  • Bruno Martini, Timbaland – Famous ft. Jake Davis

Beat Saber is one of the biggest selling VR games and has gone double-platinum with over 2 million sales worldwide. Other packs available for download include artists’ Imagine Dragons, Green Day, and K/DA and have sold over 10 million songs in total through DLC.

Head of Social Media and Marketing, RouteNote

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