Bloodborne's Soundtrack Coming April 21
Check out a behind-the-scenes look at the recording of one of its songs.
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If you didn't get your hands on the Bloodborne Collector's Edition but still want to be able to listen to the soundtrack, you'll be able to buy it later this month.
Sony has announced that Bloodborne's soundtrack will be released on April 21. It'll be available both digitally on Sumthing.com for $10 (or $.99 per track) and on CD, the latter of which may be of interest even to Collector's Edition buyers, who only received a downloadable version of the soundtrack.
The album is comprised of 21 tracks (preview them all on Sumthing's website) from the game's score totaling almost 70 minutes. Its composers include Yuka Kitamura (Dark Souls II), Tsukasa Saitoh, and Nobuyoshi Suzuki, in addition to two guest composers: Ryan Amon (Elysium) and Michael Wandmacher (Twisted Metal).
The performances were done by a 65-piece orchestra and a 32-piece choir. The video above offers a behind-the-scenes look at a recording session for one of the songs, "Cleric Beast," which plays during the game's first tense boss fight.
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