Billie Eilish’s music is coming to ‘Beat Saber’

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Ten tracks from his entire catalog will be available

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Beat Games has announced that Billie Eilish’s music will be selected. hit the saber next week.

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Launching September 21, the downloadable bundle will contain ten tracks from two of Eilish’s albums (2019’sWhen we all fall asleep, where do we go?‘And 2021’happier than ever‘), although which songs are yet to be confirmed. The teaser is also silent.

Also bundled, there will be different tracks Can also be purchased for £1.69 each.


at the end of August, hit the saber launched a Skrillex bundle, made up of eight tracks including ‘Bangarang’ and ‘Don’t Go’ in collaboration with Justin Bieber and Don Tolliver. It joined existing bundles from Green Day and Linkin Park.

released in 2019, hit the saber PC VR is a VR rhythm game available on Oculus and PSVR. The game involves lulling to the beats of adrenaline-pumping music as they fly towards you surrounded by a futuristic world.

The developers added a multiplayer mode late last year, and Granthshala Recently this game has been included in our list of top virtual reality games you need to play in 2021.

“There are plenty of VR games that push you to work, but it doesn’t get more bad-ass than dual-wielding lightsabers as you beat in the best VR rhythm games,”

“When you’re in the zone hit the saber, while chopping down oncoming blocks or dodging obstacles in every direction for high-tempo EDM, it’s so good you won’t care if it makes you look silly or that you’ll be sweating within minutes. “


In other news, to celebrate the tenth anniversary of THQ Nordic, the publisher is holding a major Steam sale and giving away Titan Quest Anniversary Edition And Jagged Alliance Gold Edition for free.

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