Beat Saber continues to be one of the most prominent games that many in the VR fitness community are familiar with and that’s primarily because of the game’s accessibility and continued support. Now, the beloved rhythm game has received an even new slate of content that brings more diversity to the soundtrack than ever before.

As of now, Beat Saber has received an all-new slate of songs that in total make up what is called the Interscope Mixtape. This name derives from the Interscope music label, which houses a number of different world-renowned artists. In total, seven new songs are contained in this pack and include the following:

  • OneRepublic – Counting Stars
  • Kendrick Lamar – DNA
  • The Pussycat Dolls – Don’t Cha
  • LMFAO ft. Lauren Bennett and GoonRock – Party Rock Anthem
  • Limp Bizkit – Rollin’
  • Maroon 5 – Sugar
  • Gwen Stefani – The Great Escape

You can also check out a new trailer for the Interscope Mixtape right here:

As mentioned, the best part of this music pack just comes with the sheer diversity that it offers. Interscope is a label the houses a number of different artists of various genres. So while much of Beat Saber’s soundtrack might be centered around rock, electronic, and dance music, this music pack adds a fair amount of pop and rap to the larger setlist. If you’re someone who uses Beat Saber quite a bit to this day with your own VR workouts, having some more options to choose from when it comes to musical genres is never a bad thing and might allow you to get more amped up where previous songs within the game have gotten stale.

If you’re looking to pick up the Interscope Mixtape, the full slate of new songs retails for a limited time at the cost of $9.99 to celebrate the pack’s release. Conversely, you can also buy songs individually at $1.99 per track if you would prefer not to purchase the whole piece of DLC. Beat Saber as a whole (and all of its accompanying add-on music packs) can currently be purchased and played on PlayStation VR, Oculus Rift, Oculus Quest, Valve Index, and HTC Vive devices.


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