The soundtrack to my playthroughs of Bloodborne is screams of frustration.
One of the things that naturally adds to the soul pounding excitement and tension that the player experiences while playing From Software’s hit PlayStation 4 exclusive action RPG Bloodborne is the soundtrack, expertly composed to hit all the right highs and lows. The Bloodborne soundtrack might not be as hummable as some of gaming’s classics, such as, say, Zelda, Final Fantasy, Pokemon, Persona, or Mario, but it is damn good regardless, and really builds the atmosphere.
Now, if you wanted to own the soundtrack and experience it without subjecting yourself to a dozen or so deaths in game, you will be able to do so- the soundtrack will be releasing later this month. As of right now, it will be available only to people who own the Special Edition of the game.
The soundtrack will be available in both Europe and North America as both a CD and a digital release via publisher Sumthing Else Music Works. It will cost $9.99 in the US, meaning it should be roughly £7.99 in the UK (though we don’t have the official price yet).
To celebrate all this, check out the video showcasing the recording of some of the music in the soundtrack above.