‘Beat the Beats’ Brings Trendy Rhythm-Boxing First to PSVR 2 This Month

The VR rhythm style is getting type of crowded, with many builders trying to replicate Beat Saber’s ‘hit the factor to the beat’ cash machine. Enter Beat the Beats, a challenge certainly impressed by Meta’s seminal block-slashing sport, though with its personal aptitude that basically appears to set it other than the competitors.

The UK/Spain-based indie Parallel Circles introduced Beat the Beats is about to launch on PSVR 2 this month, with model for Quest 2/3/Professional and SteamVR slated to reach later this 12 months.

We’ve already performed the free demo on Steam, and it undoubtedly proves to not solely be a classy expertise, however a reasonably nice sweat-inducing exercise too.

Like you possibly can see within the trailer above, it’s a reasonably easy setup: hit the incoming block with both your inexperienced or pink-colored fist, block the purple slashes, and dodge the large purple and black prisms. Miss a notice, and the large curved show in entrance of you flashes purple.

It’s definitely one other factor enjoying it although, as you begin to click on into the vibe of the oddly entrancing minimalist setting punctuated by the particle explosions of every block as you smash them from seemingly all conceivable incoming angles. Sound results are undoubtedly level too, with the red-black prisms throwing out a enjoyable little bassy whizz as they fly previous your head, seemingly impressed by the sunshine cycles from Tron.

It’s undoubtedly a formidable first demo, which we’ll be hoping to dig extra into when it releases on PSVR 2 later this month, and afterward Quest and SteamVR. For now, you can play the PC VR demo too when you’ve got a VR-ready laptop and headset, akin to a Quest 2/3/Professional, Pico 4, or Valve Index. It’s also possible to now wishlist Beat the Beats on the PlayStation Store.