An amateur has managed to create an infallible system to beat Beat Saber, the successful musical synchronization game for VR: unite its controllers to a blender.
It may seem like a bit of a pilgrim idea, but such as the video shows, it is most effective. Moreover, this fan has done a whole research process using all sorts of appliances, such as electric fans and screwdrivers, to find a complement for their peripherals that achieves the perfect number of revolutions per second. With this method the player overcome the different levels of Beat Saber with amazing scores, taking the gyros to the limit.
This curious video is a sample of the great impact achieved by this title in recent weeks, and which means that Beat Saber has already sold more than a million units. A figure that will increase and accompany the launch of Oculus Quest, the all-in-one virtual reality viewer, where Beat Saber can be enjoyed without cumbersome cables.