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Beat Saber OST 4 celebrates 4 million sales with 4 new free songs

Beat Saber Ost 4 Art
Beat Saber Ost 4 Art (Image credit: Beat Games)

What you need to know

  • Beat Saber Original Soundtrack 4 is out now on your favorite VR platform.
  • OST 4 features four new high-intensity tracks and is available for free.
  • Beat Saber has now sold over four million copies across all VR platforms it's available on, making it the best-selling VR game.

They've officially done it. While Beat Saber has long been one of the best-selling VR games on the market, today's milestone means it is officially the single-best-selling VR game on any platform with a whopping four million copies sold since it debuted on May 1, 2018. While its developer, Beat Games, is owned by Facebook, Beat Saber is available on all major VR platforms including Oculus Quest 2, PlayStation VR, and PC VR. Now, though, it's time to grab yourself a pair of Beat Saber grips because it's time to get slicing to some new tunes!

Official Soundtrack 4 (OST 4) is launching to commemorate that momentous milestone, debut four brand-new songs created by the game's most popular music artists: Jaroslav Beck, Camellia, Boom Kitty, Jakub Tirco, and Waylon Reavis. Beat Saber OST 3 was released over a year and a half ago and, just like the other OST updates, OST 4 is completely free. All you need to do is turn on your headset and download the update!

"With OST4, I wanted to focus on the intersection of rock and electronic music, which also sets the perfect environment for even more intense beatmaps,"Jaroslav Beck, Head of Music for Beat Saber.

OST 4 introduces a brand new kaleidoscope environment that's designed to get you in the zone with hypnotic colors and movements. Beat Games has made sure to note that these songs are Content ID free, so creators and streamers, alike, can play along with the tunes without having to worry about getting their videos taken down. If these songs aren't enough, you can always take the dive and get your copy of Beat Saber modded so you can enjoy custom songs on Beat Saber, opening up the floodgates to thousands of additional tunes.

Nicholas Sutrich
Nicholas Sutrich
Nick started with DOS and NES and uses those fond memories of floppy disks and cartridges to fuel his opinions on modern tech. Whether it's VR, smart home gadgets, or something else that beeps and boops, he's been writing about it since 2011. Reach him on Twitter or Instagram @Gwanatu
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  • I just got an Oculus Quest 2. I guess it's time to bite the bullet and get the game, eh? The demo was a lot of fun. I just need to wrap my head around the fact that VR games are worth the $40 that they cost, like Nintendo and XBox and Play Station games are. Quick aside, the Mission: ISS really messes with you... I spent a half hour inside the ISS last night and... guess it was a good thing I never fulfilled my childhood dream of becoming an astronaut...….