It is the fifth and closing day of Sony’s countdown to its massive E3 showcase on Monday, and the final reveal is the arrival of Beat Saber on PlayStation VR, having beforehand been obtainable on the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive.
In case you’re not already accustomed to Beat Saber, think about being a Jedi knight touring via a Tron-style hall wielding a few lightsabers. Your process is to chop down the glowing neon blocks as they zoom in direction of you – it’s kind of like Guitar Hero with VR swords as an alternative of guitars.
“Beat Saber is a VR rhythm recreation, the place your aim is to slash the beats which match completely into exactly handcrafted music,” runs the official spiel, and if these descriptions aren’t sufficient for you, you may take a look at the trailer beneath.
As but we do not have an official launch date or value for Beat Saber for PS VR, however the recreation is confirmed as coming to the platform, so that you should not have too lengthy to attend earlier than the title is in the stores.
Even when the sport does not appear to be one thing you’d ordinarily get into, this can be very effectively reviewed by the individuals who’ve truly performed it, so it is likely to be price giving it an opportunity – the Steam model permits customized ranges in addition to ranges designed by the builders, so there’s loads of selection included.
And that concludes Sony’s countdown to its E3 press convention on June 11 at 6pm PT/9pm ET/midnight June 12 BST. The Beat Saber announcement provides to the information we have already had about Ghost Large, Twin Mirror, Days Gone and Tetris Impact.