It's been nearly a year since Beat Saber's multiplayer update arrived on Oculus Quest and PC VR, but PlayStation VR owners had to wait. After numerous delays and few explanations, Beat Games has revealed that multiplayer finally launches today on PSVR, over a year later.
Announced via Twitter and PlayStation Blog, PSVR owners can now challenge up to 5 different friends online, creating a virtual avatar to represent you. Multiplayer badges have also been implemented, alongside custom colours in multiplayer for cubes and your sabers.
Beat Saber Finally Gets PSVR Multiplayer Support
As a quick warning, you'll need a PlayStation Plus subscription for multiplayer and Beat Games also confirmed this isn't crossplay with Quest and PC players. This isn't especially surprising news but personally, we're just happy to see it's finally arrived.
That's not all, either. Beat Games also revealed that a new Halloween song, Spooky Beat, is included for free within this update across all platforms. Remaining one of VR's best-selling games, it's clear support's not dropping for Beat Saber anytime soon, and we'll keep you informed with further updates.