If you were hoping that a potential sequel to Beat Saber would make its way to a PlayStation VR platform at some point in the future, we're afraid you're probably out of luck. The game's developer has just been acquired by Facebook, meaning its focus will shift to the Oculus range of VR platforms on PC.
Announced on the Oculus blog, the social media bigwig describes the acquisition as a chance to "create new ways for people to experience music and VR gaming." The PSVR version of Beat Saber will continue to be supported with updates and patches, however. The post makes a point of stressing that content from the studio for its current rhythm game will come to all platforms, but as far as a new title is concerned, we'd be surprised to see it launch on anything but an Oculus device.
What do you make of the acquisition? Are you disappointed? Swing your laser swords about in the comments below.