Konami Releases VR Band Game, Beat Arena, For Oculus Quest
Konami Releases VR Band Sport, Beat Area, For Oculus Quest 9

Beat Area, a brand new VR band sport from Konami, is now out there for Oculus Quest.

The sport was beforehand solely out there in restricted areas, however is now out there globally on the Quest platform, with 10 new songs added to the tracklist. It’s additionally coming quickly to PC VR through Steam, however with no connected launch date simply but.

Gamers can select from 4 devices in Beat Area — keyboards, drums, guitar and bass — and over 41 songs. There’s a combination of authentic music and a few present tracks, together with a set of songs from Konami’s arcade video games and its music division Bemani, who have been behind video games like Beatmania, Dance Dance Revolution, Drum Mania and plenty of extra.

Being a band sport, it’s honest to say you’ll count on some form of multiplayer as properly. The excellent news it that there’s multiplayer, however Konami describes it as ‘asynchronous’ with non-live multiplayer utilizing pre-recorded periods by your mates:

Gamers will be capable of kind their very own bands with mates utilizing the sport’s asynchronous multiplayer performance – seeing mates’ earlier performances with different devices as they play.

You’ll be capable of make your individual avatar and save performances with the replay mode. You can too use replay mode to view your efficiency from completely different angles, corresponding to a reside digicam angle, a performer angle and extra. You’ll even be capable of use your saved Beat Area efficiency as a karaoke backing monitor — in case you’re sport, there’s an choice to activate music lyrics so you’ll be able to belt alongside to your individual backup band.

The sport is obtainable now on Oculus Quest for $29.99, and can launch quickly on SteamVR with help for HTC Vive, Valve Index and Oculus Rift headsets.

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