In addition to being one of the best games of the year, FromSoftware’s elden ring presents an absolute delight of a soundtrack. Tsukasa Saitoh, Shoi Miyazawa, Yuka Kitamura, Yoshimi Kudo, and Tai Tomisawa created an orchestral score that pays homage to the studio’s past while offering something new, and now you can listen to their work without launching the game.
The publisher Bandai Namco has uploaded elden ring the complete 67-track sheet music for just about every streaming service out there. , you can listen to the soundtrack on Apple Music, Amazon Music, Spotify, Tidal, and YouTube Music. If you still buy albums, it’s also available through iTunes.
As is often the case with From games, the songs played during boss battles are among the most memorable. I had to restrain myself from clenching my teeth after the topic of Malenia came up. Fortunately, the more ambient tracks, including “Limgrave,” are there to balance things out. Bandai Namco also released a too short behind the scenes video showing the Budapest Film Orchestra recording some of the music that you can hear in-game and online. You can see it below.
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