Beat Saber PSVR Update Has Fixed Audio Latency Setting and More
Beat Saber has been updated to version 1.13 on PSVR and this brings in some new fixes along with it. Among the fixes is the ability to properly save the audio latency setting.
Beat Saber has been an incredibly successful release for the developer so far. They have also launched it on Steam for the PC VR market while it was first released as an exclusive for the PSVR.
Beat Saber is a rhythm action game that is playable through virtual reality, giving you the feeling of playing all these beats in a virtual world. The developers have usually offered solid post-launch support for the game so far.
The new update for Beat Saber will patch the game to version 1.13. It also implements the following fixes which the developers were kind enough to share with us.
PS VR hotfix released!
- Fixed leaderboard score scope selection.
- Fixed saving audio latency setting.
- Fixed saving level stats data.
- Disabled DSP buffer audio latency compensation.
If you by any chance messed with Audio Latency in the Settings, make sure you set it back to 0 after the latest update.
If you had issues with the game previously, there is a good chance that this might have solved it. The developers are not stopping here but will support the game further with more updates, so keep an eye out for them.
Beat Saber is available on PSVR and PC and can be bought for $29.99.