New Conquer Saber DLC Tunes Pack Releases August 31

Conquer Video games declared a further new songs pack is coming to Conquer Saber in just under a week’s time, subsequent on from the launch of the Interscope Mixtake DLC in May possibly.

The announcement was produced on Twitter, embedded over,  accompanied by a video playing some weighty electronic-sound beats with thumping bass.

It’s difficult to tell if the music in the video clip is referencing something in specific or supplying clues as to the written content of the pack. If it is referencing something specific, it is seemingly not nearly anything that people have picked up on. With former releases, keen-eared gamers have picked up segments from properly-recognised songs in teaser films, but so significantly it is looks to be anyone’s guess for this upcoming pack.

The previous music pack, the Interscope Mixtape, was declared in a very similar vogue and finished up remaining the first DLC release to function numerous artists in the same pack. The mixtape was not the first time Facebook and Conquer Video games had worked with the file label both — Imagine Dragons, who received their own DLC pack a couple decades, is signed to Interscope — so it’s not out of the issue that we could obtain a stick to-up mixtape with other artists and new songs.

As we pointed out back again in May possibly, there are a good deal of other artists below the Interscope label, such as Billie Eilish, Dr. Dre and Woman Gaga — the former of which is at present performing large advertising function for her sophomore album, Happier Than At any time.

That currently being stated, there’s no indication the audio pack has any affiliation with Interscope at all — it could be some thing completely unforeseen and diverse.

The subsequent Defeat Saber audio pack releases August 31. It will launch for Beat Saber on all platforms, as verified by Conquer Games on Twitter. Still no word on PSVR multiplayer, even though.

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