Beat Saber Daft Punk Music Pack Song List Revealed
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Beat Saber Daft Punk Music Pack Songs Revealed

Daft Punk is the latest music group to get a Beat Saber Music Pack, and the full list of songs for the DLC appeared. It features 10 tracks from the duo. 

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The new Music Pack costs $12.99 on various storefronts. The DLC covers the performers’ careerfrom the early days. For example, the 1997 track “Around the World” appears, as does the 2013 track “Lose Yourself to Dance” with Pharrell Williams. Three of the songs are live versions from performances in 2007. Songs can be bought piecemeal for $1.99 each.

Here’s the full list of songs in the Beat Saber Daft Punk Music Pack:

  • “Around the World”
  • “Around the World / Harder Better Faster Strong” (Live 2007)
  • “Da Funk / Daftendirekt” (Live 2007)
  • “Get Lucky” 
  • “Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger”
  • “Lose Yourself to Dance”
  • “One More Time”
  • “The Prime Time of Your Life” (Live 2007)
  • “Technologic”
  • “Veridis Quo”

There’s also a teaser trailer for the Daft Punk Music Pack. However, it doesn’t offer an idea of how all 10 songs will look in the game. Instead, it only highlights part of “Get Lucky” with Pharrell Williams and Nile Rodgers.

The last music drop for Beat Saber involved some free songs being added. Original Soundtrack 6 appeared back in December 2023. 

Beat Saber is out on the PSVR and PSVR2, Meta Quest 2 and 3, and other VR headsets via Steam, and the Daft Punk Music Pack is available now.

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