Genshin Impact Dragonspine Soundtrack Now Available

Genshin Impact Dragonspine 'Vortex of Legends' Soundtrack

The Genshin Impact Dragonspine soundtrack is now available, developer miHoYo has announced.

The new Genshin Impact Dragonspine soundtrack is now available on YouTubeApple Music, and Spotify. The soundtrack focuses on the game’s snowy mountain region of the same name.

All seventeen music tracks were composed by series composer Yu-Peng Chen. Previously, miHoYo showed off an orchestral performance with music from the Dragonspine region, in Shanghai.

Here’s the tracklist:

  1. Snow-Buried Tales
  2. Fragile Fantasy
  3. Chattering Snowflakes
  4. Serene and Sweet Adieu
  5. Glistening Shards
  6. Ad Oblivione
  7. Abiding Chills
  8. Menacing Cove
  9. Striding in the Snowstorm
  10. Sinister Mist
  11. In the Desolate Hallway
  12. The Flourishing Past
  13. Unfinished Frescoes
  14. Spin of Ice Crystals
  15. Finale of the Snowtomb
  16. Once-Colored Memories
  17. Moonlike Smile

You can also find the entire soundtrack below, via YouTube:

The newly released Dragonspine soundtrack comes after the previous regions’ soundtracks were released for Mondstadt and Liyue.

Genshin Impact’s latest event – Contending Tides – lets players go through daily challenges through April 5th. The Windblume Festival is still also available in the game, which also happens to be running until April 5th.

In related news, the PlayStation 5 verson for Genshin Impact was properly detailed and given a spring 2021 release window – which miHoYo says will be “soon.” You can read more about that in our previous report here. Genshin Impact has also reportedly earned over $1 billion in revenue on mobile alone, in the six months since the game released back in September 2020.

Genshin Impact is available and free-to-play on Windows PC (via the official website), PlayStation 4, Android, iOS, and coming soon to Nintendo Switch. In case you missed it, you can find our review here (we recommend it!)

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