'Elden Ring' Has Released Its Soundtrack on Music Streaming Platforms

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Back in March, FromSoftware said that it hoped to bring Elden Ring "beyond the realm of games" and following the release of a comedic manga earlier this month, the Japanese video game studio is now also releasing the massively popular game's epic soundtrack. The entire album will consist of 67 different tracks from the open-world RPG, many of which were composed by esteemed Japanese musicians including Tsukasa Saitoh, Shoi Miyazawa, Yuka Kitamura, Yoshimi Kudo and Tai Tomisawa.

Whether you're looking for some ambient music from traversing the Lands Between or need some energizing epic from Elden Ring's numerous boss fights, the soundtrack album has got you covered.

You'll also be able to access it on pretty much any music streaming service available, such as Spotify, Apple Music, Amazon Music, YouTube Music and Tidal. If you're looking to purchase the album digitally, the orchestral experience is also available on iTunes.

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