Multiplayer for Beat Saber, a feature which was purportedly in the works since the earliest days of the game, is finally available via a free update today. Players on Quest and PC VR will be able to jump right in, but unfortunately the PSVR update is delayed for the time being.

Update (October 13th, 2020): Beat Saber’s multiplayer update launched today on PC and Quest, but unfortunately PSVR players will need to wait a bit longer.

The new multiplayer mode offers quick-play matchmaking or private rooms supporting up to five players. Cross-play between different headset platforms isn’t supported at this time, but developer Beat Games says it “hopes to support this functionality in future.”

You can read the full patch notes for the v1.12.1 Beat Saber…

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