Beat Games’ CEO Is Stepping Down

Beat Games, the developer behind the highly popular VR title, Beat Saber, announced major changes on Twitter. The CEO , Jaroslav Beck, will be stepping down from the role. Beck will now oversee the game’s music acquisitions going forward, while the co-creator of Beat Saber, Vladimir Hrincar, will become the new CEO.

In a series of tweets, the company’s official Twitter account provided further details on the change:

Beat Saber is a VR rhythm game that was released in 2018. You use the controllers to swing lightsabers in time with the beat. We loved it!

Last month, the game saw the addition of the Imagine Dragons Music Pack. This DLC added 10 different tracks from the popular band into the game, giving fans of the band a chance to test their skills while playing some of their favorite songs. Each song in the music pack is available for $1.99 on the PlayStation Store or as part of a bundle which includes both the music pack and game for $39.99.

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[Source: Twitter]