This week, we released a bunch of titles and updates across the Quest and Rift Platforms. Here’s a rundown of the highlights:
From the creators of the groundbreaking Phantom: Covert Ops, Fracked seamlessly collides relentless “run and cover” gunfights with free and fluid skiing and climbing. Stranded in a remote mountain facility, you play as a reluctant hero forced into a final stand between the planet and a legion of interdimensional enemies. Take aim and run head-first into explosive action as you shoot, ski, and climb your way across an extreme adventure. Alone, on the edge, and really fracked off, humanity’s survival is in your hands.
Beat Saber - Electronic Mixtape
Beat Saber has no shortage of danceable songs, and that library just got a little bigger with the Electronic Mixtape, a new pack that celebrates electronic music. Spanning nearly two decades of high-energy hits, the Electronic Mixtape features fan favorite artists like deadmau5, Martin Garrix, and Pendulum. You can pick up the full 10-song Electronic Mixtape for $12.99 USD, or $1.99 per song if you want to purchase them individually. There’s also a dynamic new environment that uses the revamped lighting system Beat Games introduced in its recent 1.20.0 update—and yes, that means this music pack will have Arc and Chain Notes to play with as well!
Perfect For: Fans of Pistol Whip, Supernatural, and Audio Trip
Developer: Beat Games
Available On: Quest Platform // Rift Platform
More Info: “Pump Up Your 'Beat Saber' Sessions With the Electronic Mixtape, Out Today”
Puzzling Places - Monthly Pack #2
Introducing the Monthly Pack #2 for Puzzling Places! Monthly Pack #2 includes six new puzzles from all around the world—available today through the in-game store for $5. The new puzzles include Belgium’s Chateau de Veves, a clock tower and an Ottoman tombstone in Turkey, Fire Station No. 6 in Baltimore, a temple in Nepal, and a CFMoto X10 quad bike. And Puzzling Places is also adding Achievements with version 1.7! See a full list of Achievements here.
Spatial - Full-Bodied Avatars
This week Spatial announced a partnership with Ready Player Me, bringing full bodied fashion to Spatial. Yes, this means you finally have legs—run and jump around! Now your Spatial avatar has more creative expression and opportunity for personalization than ever before. You can still use Spatial’s long-loved photorealistic avatars, only now they have full bodies and a selection of fashion choices. Or you can utilize full Ready Player Me avatars, where you can choose from many more styles and will have access to a growing number of fashions and wearables.
Nock - Obsidian Arena Update
The Obsidian Arena is live now. Compete in ranked matches and custom games in the all-new Obsidian Arena. Two brand new bows with unique sounds and artwork are now also available to be unlocked as you play Nock, a multiplayer sport that combines the best parts of soccer and archery with VR. Play in ranked 1v1, 2v2, or 3v3 matches, or play in custom casual games with friends and bots.