Timbaland Music Pack Coming Soon To Beat Saber, 5 Original Tracks

As a part of its Sport Builders Showcase this week, Fb unveiled the small print of Beat Saber’s subsequent DLC music pack. Following on from the Inexperienced Day and Panic! At The Disco music packs, the following installment can be a Timbaland music pack that includes 5 authentic songs made solely for the sport. 

You would possibly bear in mind Timbaland from the 90s and 2000s – he’s an American rapper, music producer and DJ recognized for his authentic music and music manufacturing, typically collaborating with different artists similar to Justin Timberlake and Chris Cornell (sure, actually, Chris Cornell). His Beat Saber music pack will embody 5 authentic tracks, written and produced solely for Beat Saber, every that includes completely different artists. The monitor checklist is as follows:

Sid Tipton, Timbaland – Has A MeaningKaydence, Timbaland – Dumb ThingzWavezswavesz – Whereas We’re YoungNash Overstreet, Karra & Frequent Strangers – What I LikeBruno Martini, Timbaland – Well-known ft. Jake Davis

The music pack will launch later this month on March 26 for $7.99 as a bundle or for $1.99 per monitor. Every monitor may even be launched on main music platforms, similar to Spotify, iTunes and Apple Music, to stream and buy from midnight PT on March 26.

This music pack follows on from the Inexperienced Day music pack, launched late final 12 months. In my evaluation, I believed Inexperienced Day’s rock tracks offered a pleasant change of tempo from earlier Beat Saber releases. All the prevailing music packs span a mixture of completely different genres, with the Beat Saber ranges altering in tempo, really feel and magnificence to mirror the completely different sorts of music. Will probably be attention-grabbing to see whether or not any R&B and rap tracks within the Timbaland music pack will current a unique fashion of play to what we’ve seen earlier than. 

The Timbaland music pack arrives in Beat Saber on March 26, accessible for $7.99 as a bundle or $1.99 per monitor.