The best VR game is finally on PSVR 2 today, complete with Freddie Mercury

 Slicing through colored blocks in Beat Saber
Slicing through colored blocks in Beat Saber

Beat Saber is finally available for PSVR 2, ensuring that adopters of the device can now enjoy probably the best VR game out there - plus there's also a brand-new Queen music pack to pick up.

Both the PSVR 2 version of Beat Saber and the Queen music pack shadowdropped alongside the PlayStation Showcase today and, well... It's Beat Saber! The trailer shows off a bit of rhythm action as Freddie Mercury belts out Don't Stop Me Now, and it's wonderful.

In a PlayStation Blog post, the devs confirmed that Beat Saber is a free upgrade on PSVR 2 if you already owned the original PSVR version, and all your music packs will transfer over, too.

The Queen music pack is priced at $13.99 USD, and includes 11 tracks: Another One Bites the Dust, Bohemian Rhapsody, Crazy Little Thing Called Love, Don't Stop Me Now, I Want It All, Killer Queen, One Vision, Somebody to Love, Stone Cold Crazy, We Are the Champions, and We Will Rock You. I don't think I could come up with a better set list if I tried.

Beat Saber quickly became the killer app for any VR headset after its launch a few years ago, and it's good to see that our list of the best PSVR 2 games can finally be complete. It's worth investing in at least one VR ecosystem just to play it, and now PSVR 2 can be that choice.

If you're looking for more upcoming PSVR 2 games, you can follow that link for details on all the biggest titles.