Not everyone would have purchased the collector’s edition of Bloodborne, the hit Playstation 4 exclusive that made news for being extremely difficulty yet fun.
Besides, with so many games coming out and gamers being unsure of which title is the best among the lot, investing in a collector’s box for a huge price is not the best choice. The soundtrack on the title is an immersive piece of composition that helped the game sound serious and convincing combined with its amazing combat.
While many exclusives including the most anticipated ‘The Order 1886’ failing on the PS4 platform, Bloodborne saved the day. The game opened to rave reviews from critics and gamers loved it which paved way for its memorable success.
Even those who were unhappy with Sony for postponing the launch of Uncharted 4 – A Thief’s End to 2016 were glad that a good exclusive has landed on the platform at last. Now, the music that impressed many is all ready to be sold as an individual album as well as solo tracks, reports Gamespot.
Sony announced that Bloodborne audio will be launched on April 21. The soundtrack will be available only as a digital copy and if you like to buy it, you can head to the website Sumthing.com
The entire album costs $10 if you like to own it all but if you love only a particular song, you can always purchase it for just $0.99 per song. A total of 21 tracks are available for sale and it is worth buying the album together.
Players can also listen to previews of each number before purchasing them. A new video has been posted on the Playstation Youtube channel which reveals the work that went behind in making those memorable compositions.
Music is composed by Yuka Kitamura, Nobuyoshi Suzuki, and Tsukasa Saitoh. The game has some insanely tough bosses to fight which justified that Bloodborne indeed comes from the Dark Souls family.