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Synth Riders Free and Paid DLC Electro Swing 2 Songs Out Now

VR rhythm game developer Kluge Interactive announced that Synth Riders now has new free and paid DLC Electro Swing 2 songs. All players can update to get them, while it is also possible to pay $7.99 for a bundle of five additional tracks.

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The four songs every gets are as follows:

  • Jamie Berry and Cissie’s “Keep You in Line”
  • Little Violet’s “Silent Movie”
  • Little Violet and PiSk’s “Watch Your Tongue”
  • Wolfgang Lohr, Emma Lea, and Ashley Slater’s “Keep on Smiling”

If someone gets the paid Electro Swing Essentials 2 Music Pack DLC, they also get the following five Synth Riders songs:

  • Balduin, Wolfgang Lohr, and J Fitz’s “Magic Man”
  • Cut Capers’ “Let’s Start Again (Odd Chap Remix)”
  • Jamie Berry and Little Violet’s “Guilty Pleasure”
  • Singrowers’ “Rose”
  • Tamela D’Amico, Ashley Slater, and Wolfgang Lohr’s “Boring 20s”

The full soundtrack is also on Spotify as a playlist.

There’s also a trailer that shows how some of “Guilty Pleasure” will look in Synth Riders.

As a reminder, the first Electro Swing Essentials DLC pack included the following five tracks and a Rise of the Phoenix stage:

  • Jamie Berry’s “Lost in the Rhythm”
  • Parov Stelar’s “All Night”
  • Parov Stelar’s “Booty Swing”
  • Swingrowers’ “Butterfly”
  • Swingrowers’ “No Strings Attached”

Synth Riders is available for the PlayStation VR, PSVR 2, Meta Quest 2, Meta Quest 3, Meta Quest Pro, and PC via Steam. 

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