YouTuber and Twitch streamer 'Bandoot' showed off his absolutely insane abilities in Beat Saber, and had the best reaction after conquering a very difficult song.
If you're looking for a game for your shiny new VR headset, look no further than Beat Saber.
Best described as a blend between Guitar Hero and Star Wars, players are given two sabers and have to slice the music notes as they zoom on by – something that's a lot harder than it sounds.
Bandoot hit the 1,000-hour mark in Beat Saber, which is no small feat no matter which way you slice it, and was able to show off the skills he learned along the way by taking on a song called Boogie Woogie Splatter Show, which, in case you're wondering, is not a song found in the base game.
He played the song on Expert+ difficulty, which is the highest in the game and is a gigantic leap from Expert, which is the selection right before it.
While he didn't hit every note, he blew viewers away with his sheer speed, and the fact he didn't fail the song from the get-go.
In the end, he was relieved to have finally gotten past this barrier and celebrated with his chat.
"Yo, let's go," he exclaimed. "I did it! You guys were here! Yo! I'm insane. Finally, after all these years of trying to pass it, every single time I've tried playing it today, today's the day I finally passed it."
Beat Saber is considered to be one of the best VR games out there, and the fact it's available on every platform makes it extremely accessible.
It's worth mentioning that the song Bandoot played will only be available on PC through the use of mods. If you are playing on PS4 then you'll have to rely on official soundtracks as DLC for new songs.
Bandoot is very well-known in the Beat Saber community, and streams it quite often so if you're looking to be amazed even more then look no further.