The Elden Ring soundtrack is now available on streaming platforms worldwide. You can listen to your favorite epic music from Spotify, Apple Music, YouTube and more.
You can now listen Elden Ring’s most epic tracks apart from boss fights. Developer FromSoftware has actually announced that the game’s soundtrack is available on streaming platforms. The 67 tracks of the album are available on Spotify, Apple Music, YouTube Music, Deezer, Amazon Music, iTunes Stores, Tidal and Qobuz.
In a statement on the PlayStation Blog, composer Tsukasa Saitoh who is the head of sound design for the Souls-like returned to the production of the soundtrack. He explained that: ” during the production, we kept in mind key words and phrases such as “an epic tale”, “coldness and resistance”, and “eloquence”, because we wanted the music to reflect the fact that this project was different from the Dark Souls series or Bloodborne “.
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All 67 tracks from the Elden Ring soundtrack are available to stream
The soundtrack of Elden Ring is indeed composed of more epic pieces than the others. They were composed by Tsukasa Saitoh, Shoi Miyazawa, Tai Tomisawa, Yuka Kitamura and Yoshimi Kudo. The soundtrack accompanies the players in their adventure and all the boss fights like that of Malenia. She was almost impossible to beat in version 1.0 of the game.
Tsukasa Saitoh revealed an anecdote about the track “Song of Honor” which plays in the Red Lion Castle. The track was originally to be recorded with the members of the choir. However, ” we realized that a gathering place intended for so many mercenaries and soldiers would not necessarily be filled with talented singers “, said Tsukasa Saitoh. In the end, the members of the brass section recorded the vocal part. According to the composer, this “suited a warrior song perfectly “.
Finally, FromSoftware also took the opportunity to share a behind-the-scenes video of the Budapest Film Orchestra. This one recorded the titles of Elden Ring. Besides the difficulty of the game which can be made much easier with a glitch, Elden Ring is also renowned for its outstanding soundtrack. Tsukasa Saitoh’s favorite track is the main track Elden Ring. For him, it represents a strong directional mainstay for the rest of the music “.