Bloodborne Soundtrack Available Separate from Collector’s Edition from April 21

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[Editor’s note: a clarification: the album is already available online through the Playstation store, but will become available elsewhere from April 21.]

The soundtrack of Bloodborne was previously available in digital format through the Collector’s Edition of the game, but it will soon be available to buy separately, too. Bloodborne‘s music, performed by a 65-piece orchestra and sung by a choir of 32 people, will have a separate launch on April 21. The OST will be available in as a compact disc, and digitally through Sumthing Else for USD$10 or USD$0.99 cents per track, and will consist of 21 songs.

Bloodborne‘s music was composed by Yuka Kitamura, Tsukasa Saitoh, and Nobuyoshi Suzuki, with guest composers Ryan Amon and Michael Wandmacher.

Listen to a sample track from the game here.

The action roleplaying game is now available worldwide for the Playstation 4. You can read our Bloodborne review here.

(Thanks, Koi-Nya.)

Dimi Gronnings


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