Ubisoft Massive’s Tom Clancy’s The Division will be seeing it’s soundtrack dropping in just a week, thanks to the good people at Sumthing Else Music Works. The digital release has actually already been released for download from www.sumthing.com and a physical CD release will be available in stores on March 22.
Composer Ola Strandh (World In Conflict, Ground Control II) has created the soundtrack for the pandemic-ravaged streets of a mid-crisis New York City. Immerse yourself in a moody mixture of synthesizers, percussion and acoustic instruments designed to complement the diverse locations and factions you’ll encounter while exploring what’s left of Manhattan. – Sumthing Else Press Release
The soundtrack spans over 18 tracks and clocks in at an hour and eighteen minutes of intense music. Tom Clancy’s The Division is currently out for PC, Xbox One and PS4 and deals with the fall of civilization and the struggle to keep the post-pandemic society from being torn apart while investigating the source of the outbreak. You can keep tabs on the release of the game’s physical soundtrack and more on Sumthing Else’s Facebook and Twitter.
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