Beat Saber has officially reached 4 million units sold, Oculus today announced, along with 40 million songs of paid DLC, pushing the app’s estimated revenue to $180 million.

By now, Beat Saber can be considered nothing less than VR’s first killer app by scale. As far as we know, it’s the best selling VR game to date, now with 4 million units sold across all platforms (Quest, PC VR, and PSVR).

Oculus also confirmed the game has sold 40 million paid DLC songs, the equivalent of selling 40 platinum music albums on top of the game’s base music.

We estimate Beat Saber’s total revenue around $180 million, with the following assumptions:

  • 1 million copies sold at the early access price of $20
  • 3 million copies sold at the retail price of $30
  • 20 million…

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