Listen To Horizon Zero Dawn's Amazing Soundtrack Right Here

The soundtrack features 80 songs.

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Sony has released the official soundtrack for Horizon Zero Dawn on Spotify. A spokesperson told GameSpot that this is the first time that a PlayStation game's soundtrack has been released first on the music-streaming service.

The soundtrack features 80 tracks, totaling four hours of music. There is a mix of orchestral, atmospheric tracks, as well as heavier cuts with more intensity. You can listen to the complete soundtrack through the Spotify embed below.

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Zero Dawn's soundtrack will be available on other streaming services later this week.

The soundtrack was composed by Niels van der Leest, Joris de Man, and The Flight.

"We started with the tribal music. We asked ourselves, 'What would a tribe sound like in the future, after they've lost most of their culture?'" Guerrilla Games music supervisor Lucas van Tol told the PlayStation Blog. "And also, 'How can we create something that sounds like tribal music, but isn't necessarily the tribal music we know today?'"

For lots more on Zero Dawn's music, read the full interview with the music team here.

Zero Dawn is available now on PlayStation 4. The game received a chorus of praise, including a 9/10 score from GameSpot. It was the best-selling game last week in the UK.

"This is the first departure from the Killzone series for developer Guerrilla Games, and though you might think the team took a risk by stepping out of its FPS comfort zone to create a third-person open-world action game, you'd never know it was their first rodeo," reviewer Peter Brown said. "For every minor imperfection, there's an element of greatness that recharges your desire to keep fighting and exploring Zero Dawn's beautiful and perilous world. Guerrilla Games has delivered one of the best open-world games of this generation, and redefined its team's reputation in the process."

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