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Elden Ring: vinyl edition of the soundtrack is available

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Bandai Namco has announced the availability of the vinyl edition of the Elden Ring soundtrack. The price for the purchase of this splendid edition is 39.99 euros. You can buy it only and exclusively on the Bandai Namco shop at this address. Let’s read the description of the vinyl:

 

Relive the greatest battles of Elden Ring and your journey through the Interregnum thanks to the game’s excerpts, performed by an orchestra and recorded in the highest quality.

17 tracks, extracted from the Elden Ring soundtrack, have been collected on two wonderful vinyls and form an unmissable best of for all travelers of the Interregnum.

These official vinyls, available only in the Store, will immerse you in the atmosphere of the game thanks to over 70 minutes of listening.

 

Let’s read the complete list of songs:

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DISC 1 – SIDE A

  • Elden Ring
  • Margit, the Fell Omen
  • Godrick the Grafted
  • Rennala, Queen of the Full Moon
  • Godskin Apostles

 

 

DISC 1 – SIDE B

  • Starscourge Radahn
  • Regal Ancestor Spirit
  • God-Devouring Serpent
  • Morgott, the Omen King

 

DISC 2 – SIDE C

 
  • Fire Giant
  • Beast Clergyman
  • Lichdragon Fortissax
  • Mohg, Lord of Blood

 

DISC 2 – D SIDE

  • Dragonlord Placidusax
  • Malenia, Blade of Miquella
  • Godfrey, First Elden Lord
  • The Final Battle

 

Winner of Game of the Year at this year’s The Game AwardsElden Ring is From Software’s latest massive effort. In our review, we praised the splendid work done by the team underlining that “Elden ring is the highest point ever reached by FromSoftware. A new way of conceiving the genre that marks the beginning of a new and disruptive era for Miyazaki’s team. Enhanced by an enlightened art direction and an unprecedented approach to exploration that enhances and intensifies the player’s sense of discovery and freedom, the title returns familiar elements and sensations to fans, managing to make the most of all the potential of the new open context world. Net of some rather marked inaccuracies on the technical front, Elden Ring is even more majestic, richer and more satisfying than we could have ever imagined. A playful, intense and all-encompassing experience that we won’t forget for a long, long time. 

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