Here’s how the game new competitive game mode works.

Upon selecting “Online Mode” you’ll be prompted to personalize your very own player avatar. You’ll have the option of customizing a variety of aspects, including your hair, eyes, complexion, and wardrobe. Once you’re happy with your virtual you, you can then select the difficulty (easy, medium, hard, expert, or expert+) and select which songs you’d like to play. “Built-in” includes the core Beat Saber tracks featured as part of the OST music packs.

“All,” on the other hand, includes every song released on the platform, including third-party releases. If you do not own the song that is selected by your group, you’ll be automatically relegated to spectator mode and forced to watch the action from the sideline. Similarly, if you’re unable to keep up with the track and fail, you will also be transported to spectator mode for the remainder of the match.

Once you’ve selected your settings and joined a match, you’ll be transported to a pre-game lobby with your fellow competitors. Here you vote on which song you’d like to play, view game settings, or just goof around with other players.

Once a song has been selected and everyone has ready up’d (or the timer ends), you’ll then be tossed into the arena. Here you’ll slash bricks alongside your competitors with the goal of achieving the highest score. As previously stated, those who fail the track will be transported to the sidelines. Once the track has finished, scores are tallied up based on total misses, accuracy, timing, etc, and the remaining players are ranked from 1st to 5th.

Even for those who lack the coordination and skill necessary to bring home the gold, such as myself, Beat Saber’s multiplayer game mode is a wonderful change-of-pace from the standard formula, offering an engaging social element that’s as fun as it is frustrating.

Even when you’re hopelessly behind in the scores, slashing bricks in sync with other players is an incredibly satisfying experience. It’s almost like synchronized swimming, only more embarrassing to watch in-person. Best to play it with up to 5 friends in a virtual reality arcade. We have one good one near downtown core Singapore.

Come on down to VR World Singapore to experience the social game of Beat Saber Multiplayer.

VR World Singapore | Virtual Reality Escape Room | VR Arcade

8A Sago Street

5.0 149 reviews

  • Avatar Casey Chin ★★★★★ in the last week
    Had a great experience at VR World. Staff were friendly and helpful, and the games were interesting as well. Played a VR escape game for the first time and it was … read more very enjoyable! It was immersive and the puzzles were fun to solve. I highly recommend VR World if you’re looking for a simple, no-frills VR experience. I will definitely be back to try the other escape games!
  • Avatar Mr_Smurf Hefty ★★★★★ a month ago
    It was a family friendly and fun for us. This is the first time playing here and it was super fun and enjoyable. Everything was clean, like the devices and the price … read more was affordable to most people I would recommend people from secondary school to university students to come down and enjoy with your friend. Games like the VR escape room. The escape room feel so real and really have to communicate. There 3 part to it I can't wait to play the next two part. Is really worth it!!!!!!!!!! The worker was patient and explain to us the whole process on how the device work. I would say compare to all the other VR game I been to it the best I experienced.👍
  • Avatar J L ★★★★★ a month ago
    We played Escape The Lost Pyramid, it was a good game for beginners, the game has hints and lots of fun stuff to explore around.
    You get to work with your friend
    … read more as a team and sometimes independently.
    The place was clean and headsets were new.
    A bit dizzy after 60 mins, will try other games next time. But will take a break in between.