Get ready to listen to the haunting orchestral tones and dissonant choral chants of FromSoftware’s latest game Bloodborne. Fans of the game and its music will soon be able to get their hands on the game’s soundtrack. Previously, the only way to get a copy of the Bloodborne soundtrack was to order the collector’s edition version of the game. The soundtrack will now be receiving a digital and physical release on April 21st through the Sumthing Else website.
The album features just over 70 minutes of music on 21 tracks. The score for Bloodborne was written by several composers, including FromSoftware’s Yuka Kitamura, Tsukasa Saitoh, and Nobuyoshi Suzuki. Guest composers Michael Wandmacher and Ryan Amon also contributed in crafting the score. The soundtrack features a 32 member choir, a 65 piece orchestra, and a number of instrumental and vocal soloists. The album will be sold for $10 and individual tracks will be available for 99 cents. So mark your calendars for April 21st and get ready to add Bloodborne‘s chilling music to your collection.
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