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Beat Saber adds 360-degree and 90-degree levels on all platforms

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Beat Saber (Image credit: Beat Games)

Beat Saber Oculus Quest

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What you need to know

  • Beat Saber now supports 360-degree and 90-degree levels.
  • The update is available across several platforms, including Oculus Quest, Oculus Rift, and SteamVR.
  • The update also adds a Green Day Music Pack, which is available for $9.

Beat Saber's latest update brings one of the platform's most anticipated features, 360-degree levels, to all platforms. The same update also brings 90-degree levels and a Green Day Music Pack that's available for $9. The update is available across all platforms, including Oculus Quest, Oculus Rift S, and Playstation VR.

360-degree and 90-degree gaming brings a new element to Beat Saber. Rather than facing one way throughout a song, you have to work your way around throughout a song to strike your blocks. In total, 27 songs are available for free with either 360-degree or 90-degree support. The update's announcement post (opens in new tab) lists all of the supported titles.

Easy

  • "Beat Saber"
  • "I Need You"
  • "Till It's Over" (Monstercat Music Pack)
  • "Turn Me On"

Normal

  • "$100 Bills"
  • "Believer" (Imagine Dragons Music Pack)
  • "Commercial Pumping"
  • "Father of All..." (Green Day Music Pack)
  • "Immortal"
  • "Origins"

Hard

  • "Believer" (Imagine Dragons Music Pack)
  • "Crab Rave"
  • "High Hopes" (Panic! At The Disco Music Pack)
  • "Holiday" (Green Day Music Pack)
  • "Legend"
  • "Thunder" (Imagine Dragons Music Pack)

Expert

  • "Country Rounds"
  • "Emperor's New Clothes" (Panic! At The Disco Music Pack)
  • "EPIC" (Monstercat Music Pack)
  • "LVL Insane"
  • "Origins"
  • "Unlimited Power"

Expert+

  • "Balearic Pumping"
  • "Breezer"
  • "Glide" (Rocket League Monstercat Music Pack)
  • "Origins"
  • "Overkill" (Monstercat Music Pack)

360-degree mode is a popular feature from the PC version of Beat Saber and is now available across all platforms.

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