Halo Wars 2 Soundtrack Gets Launched on Beautiful Vinyl Records

After all, a serious collector could never say no to gorgeous and beautifully designed vinyl records, can they? The Halo Wars 2 soundtrack is now available on vinyl and even for someone who knows nothing about Halo it’s a fun purchase for the superb box art and design.

In present times, you can easily buy a vinyl player with all modern day features bundled in it including USB support, Bluetooth and many more. The retro thing is getting more contemporary and your collection will most probably include lots of movie soundtracks, music albums and maybe some game soundtracks could join it as well.

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Halo Wars 2 soundtracks are excellent and very addictive especially if you are familiar with the world of Master Chief. Composed by Brian Lee White, Gordy Haab and Brian Trifon, the music is addictive and so is the artwork on the huge disc. It features a crimson marble design.

The limited-edition Halo Wars 2 soundtrack available includes 28 music scores and is being sold for $34.99 on Amazon. Awakening the Nightmare is an expansion pack which has its own set of soundtracks as well and is being sold for $9.99 for the digital edition.

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