Beat Saber screenshot of the player breaking boxes

[Update]: Facebook's Oculus has now acquired Beat Saber developer Beat Games.

After spending a fair bit of time in Steam Early Access, Beat Saber has now finally been released in full. The launch version brings with it a brand new Level Editor, new graphics settings to mess around with, better lighting and UI, as well as a variety of optimizations and bug fixes.

While there is unfortunately no new preview showcasing the freshly improved visuals and interface, you can still get a pretty good idea of just what Beat Saber has to offer through one of the original trailer. Have a peek:

As for the future of Beat Saber, the developers are still keeping things a bit vague. That said, you can expect to see a variety of free levels coming throughout this entire year, new downloadable music packs, and perhaps most importantly, fancy new features. What exactly those will be, I'm afraid you'll simply have to wait and see as nothing has been revealed just yet.

You can learn a little bit more about the newest version of Beat Saber, as well as potentially grab yourself a copy, by hopping over to Steam. Have fun!