Beat Saber will debut on the Oculus Quest wireless VR headset

| March 18, 2019

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Beat Saber is the biggest hit among virtual reality games, and Beat Games is announcing today that the sword-fighting music game will be part of the Oculus Quest launch lineup.Facebook’s Oculus VR division is launching the Oculus Quest, a wireless VR headset, this spring. And the company knows that it needs stellar content to make the Quest shine. Now, it has that with Beat Saber, which debuted last year on the Oculus Store (for the Oculus Rift) and PlayStation VR.

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