We’ve learned (via Atlus) that Vanillaware’s Dragon’s Crown is getting a standalone soundtrack release, this fall.
You can view a sample of the album’s artwork, below:
The game’s original composer, Hitoshi Sakimoto is arranging 56 tracks for the 3-disc soundtrack. There will also be special piano arrangements, as well as bonus tracks, and the aforementioned cover artwork done by Vanillaware.
Fans can expect the Dragon’s Crown original soundtrack to release some time this Fall, with the retail copy setting you back 3,456 yen and the digital album costing 3,000 yen.