4-Disc Soundtrack for Octopath Traveler Announced

Square Enix has announceda standalone soundtrack release for their upcoming Nintendo Switch RPG, Octopath Traveler.

The four-disc, 80-plus track soundtrack comes with all sorts of brilliant tunes composed by Yasunori Nishiki, known for his work on Gravity Rush 2, Fate/Extella: The Umbral Starand more.

Purchasing will be available through the Japanese Square Enix Store, for 3,800 yen. You can even sample the music over on the soundtrack’s official site. A release is set for July 13th, the same day as the game’s worldwide release.

Here’s a rundown on the game, via Square Enix:

Eight travelers. Eight adventures. Eight roles to play in a new world brought to life by Square Enix. Explore each traveler’s story and use their abilities in and out of battle. Will you expand your horizons as the Merchant or track down a traitor as the Warrior? Where will you go? Who will join you? You alone can choose your path.

Step into the shoes of a traveler to inherit their struggles and strengths. Use each character’s special abilities to interact with the world and enhance your tactics in turn-based battles. The Dancer’s alluring charm leads followers into battle, whereas the Apothecary can mix items to heal allies or unleash explosive attacks. Discover enemy weaknesses and target them to break through their defenses. Store Boost Points with each turn and then spend them at strategic times to strengthen abilities, chain attacks, or provide aid. Choose the path you wish to walk and discover what lies beyond the horizon.

Key Features:

  • Explore multiple, distinct RPG adventures in a world created by Square Enix
  • Choose from eight characters, each with their own distinct story
  • The path you choose to pursue will affect where your adventure ends
  • Deep, strategic turn-based combat with a layered battle system
  • Music and visuals inspired by retro RPGs, brought to life with modern touches

Project Octopath Traveler launches for Nintendo Switch on July 13th. In case you missed it, you can find our hands-on preview for the game here.

Brandon Orselli


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