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Oure Soundtrack out first on PlayStation Store

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Oure Soundtrack out first on PlayStation Store

You’d be forgiven if the name Oure sounds familiar but you can’t quite place why or from where. It was announced and released during Sony’s Paris Games Week show alongside a huge array of flashy PlayStation VR and PlayStation 4 titles. Little Oure, the stylish, skyborn adventure in the vein of Journey, was easy to overlook. The game debuted on PlayStation 4 but it’ll also be out on Steam on November 14th. That makes this week the perfect middle ground to release the soundtrack.

The score was composed by Ian Livingstone (Warhammer, Total War) and performed by the Sofia Symphony Orchestra along with renowned cellist, Tina Guo. Naturally, the sound relies heavily on strings to capture the flighty, somber feel of the game’s solitary setting and shape-shifting protagonist. You can get a taste of the music through this pair of YouTube clips posted by Ian Livingstone in advance of the album release.

Like the game, the soundtrack is making its debut first on PlayStation where the 10-track album is priced at $5.49. It’s promised to hit “all digital platforms” in the coming weeks and months though so keep an eye on Amazon, Google Play, and iTunes if you’d rather pick it up there.

Let us know what you think of the music samples from Oure or the game itself in the comments below.

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