The Last of Us Gorgeous Vinyl Soundtrack Launches This Week
You can buy the new soundtrack this coming Wednesday for $75.
Naughty Dog continues to breathe new life into its post-apocalyptic The Last of Us series. On Monday, the developer announced a partnership with Mondo for a vinyl version of the game's official soundtrack--and the artwork is simply stunning.
The art was done by Olly Moss and Jay Shaw; as you can see, it's inspired by the game (of course) in unique and colorful ways. Here's to hoping they release a poster version of this as well.
You can buy the 180-gram vinyl through Mondo this coming Wednesday, July 22. Copies cost $75 and will go on sale on that date at a random time.
The Last of Us' vinyl soundtrack also comes with music from the single-player DLC, Left Behind. It was composed by Gustavo Santaolalla, who won Academy Awards for Brokeback Mountain and Babel.
In other news about The Last of Us, the Left Behind expansion is now available for just $5. In addition, key designers recently recalled how they thought the post-apocalyptic game was going to fail and destroy the image of Naughty Dog. The Last of Us franchise may grow even bigger, as a sequel is rumored to be in development alongside a movie.
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