The Elden Ring soundtrack is available on streaming platforms. Enough to amaze your ears, without even launching the game. And Bandai even offers a behind-the-scenes video of the recording of the tracks.
To make a very good video game, you have to bring together a certain number of ingredients. It’s not enough to have a good story, good gameplay or whatever. Everything must be there.
An important component, in some types of games at least, is immersion. The latter again passes through various components. One of them is the soundtrack. And today, fans can listen to that of Elden Ring on streaming platforms.
The Elden Ring soundtrack is available on streaming platforms
Besides being one of the best games of this year, and probably of the last few years, FromSoftware’s game Elden Ring offers an absolutely fantastic soundtrack.
Tsukasa Saitoh, Shoi Miyazawa, Yuka Kitamura, Yoshimi Kudo and Tai Tomisawa composed something truly bonkers, a true homage to the studio’s past while delivering something very new, and today you can listen and listen to it all without Starting the game.
What to fill your ears with, without even launching the game
The publisher Bandai Namco has indeed just made available the 67 tracks of the soundtrack of Elden Ring on all streaming services on the market, or almost.
Among the platforms concerned, we will mention the big names that are Apple Music, Amazon Music, Spotify, Deezer, Tidal and YouTube Music. If you still buy albums, know that the latter is also available via iTunes.
And Bandai even offers a behind-the-scenes video of the track recordings.
As is often the case with From games, the songs that play during boss fights are some of the most memorable. I had to force myself not to lose myself completely when the theme of Malenia arrived.
Fortunately, “ambient” tracks, such as “Limgrave”, allow you to keep your feet on the ground. Bandai Namco also released a behind-the-scenes video, unfortunately too short for fans, showing the Budapest Film Orchestra full recording of the music you can hear in-game and online.