Beat Saber, the VR rhythm game in Early Access that made its way to the top spot on Steam this past weekend, is getting a level editor soon that will let anyone build and slice away to whatever music they like.
Developing studio Hyperbolic Magnetism released word of the level editor in a tweet yesterday, saying that not only would it be available “soon,” but that there would be more information coming on Friday, May 11th.
Beat Saber currently only features 10 songs, each with four difficulty levels. The addition of the Level Editor would be a boon to repeated playability in the short-term as the game continues Early Access, although it’s uncertain still if the studio will actively promote sharing levels due to copyright issues.
The developers already endorse a community-built song injector, and unofficial 2D and 3D level editors, although these are admittedly less user-friendly than having a native, in-game option available to the casual player.
Some modders have already taken to the community-built tools, building custom levels using commercial music such as Imagine Dragons’ song Believer (seen below).
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