Here are some tips for people who are just starting out with Beat Saber.
Many people think Beat Saber is one of the best VR games, but it can be hard to get into if you’re new to VR or don’t normally play rhythm games. In either case, there are many small things you can do to make learning easier, such as using the game’s practice mode and making sure there are no obstacles in the way.
It will only take a short time of hard work to become a real pro and move up the top boards.
Try Out The Practice Mode
Beat Saber has a built-in mode for practice, which is very helpful when you’re just starting out or getting better at a new song or a harder level.
Any part of a song can be skipped, the speed of the song can be changed, the fail state can be turned off, and more. This is a great tool that’s already built into the game and ready to use if you need a nice, low-stakes place to practice.
Start With The Easiest Difficulty
This may seem like a no-brainer, but it’s easy to get excited about the game’s harder levels once you get it going. You should play on easy mode at first until you get used to the game, even if you want to show off (especially in front of your friends).
Don’t give up right away because you’re upset. The best way to avoid that is to take things slowly until you feel more confident.
Try Out Some Modding And Download Your Favorite Songs
Beat Saber has a great collection of original songs and some nice approved song packs that you can buy. But sometimes you just want to jam out to your favorite songs, and that’s when modding your own custom songs comes in handy.
For more information on how to modify your console, visit sites like BeastSaber and BeatSaver. These sites let players post their own custom song maps and also have how-to guides and downloads.
Find The Grip That Works For You
Take it easy with this tip at first because it’s for more experienced users. While you’re getting better, try holding the controllers in different ways as you need more speed and accuracy.
There are different grips for each type of controller. So look around and pick the one that works best for you. Of course, you can buy extras for your keyboard, like extenders, which can also make the experience better.
Get Ready To Sweat… A Lot
There will be times when you’ll need to wipe down your screen with a towel. If you play Beat Saber for more than a few minutes at a time. When you have a big piece of plastic on your face, things can quickly become very wet.
If you have sensitive skin, make sure you wash your face well after playing game. Because the headset can turn your face red where it stays on.
Make Sure To Prep
It might seem like a waste of time, but getting ready properly can make all the difference. That means moving, drinking water, and making sure your play area is free of furniture or other things you could hit while swinging your arms around wildly.
It’s easy to forget that Beat Saber is still a pretty hard workout. So it’s important to take care of yourself and get ready for it like you would for normal cardio.
Don’t Move Your Feet
This one might sound silly if you’ve never played VR before. Just remember to keep your feet in one place at all times to avoid a lot of pain for yourself and your things.
This is another tip that you’ll get used to with practice. But when you first start, you should really fight the urge to shuffle your feet. When you’re groove-ing, it’s natural to want to move around. But watch out not to bump into people or furniture.
Go With The Flow
When you first start learning Beat Saber, one of the hardest things is getting used to the different moves that Eggy Car throws at you. When you see a tight group of colored blocks coming at you, it can be scary. But well-designed Beat Saber maps make it easy to make moves that flow into each other without any problems. Even though it might not make sense at first, the best way to learn the shapes and flow of the game’s routines is to keep your body as relaxed as possible.
Because that’s what the game wants you to do, you should be able to groove along with the song without any trouble. There aren’t many rhythm games that get you into the flow state so quickly and easily. If you remember to loosen up your arms and let your weight naturally shift from side to side while you play, you’ll not only look cooler. But you’ll also avoid a lot of pain and stress in your upper body.