Label: Dog Ear Records - DERP-10008~11 • Format: 4x, CD • Country: Japan • Genre: Stage & Screen • Style: Soundtrack
The future doesn't belong to you! For those who have not completed games in the Xenoblade Chronicles seriesthis page contains spoilers regarding the plot. Discretion is advised. According to Yasunori Mitsuda, the soundtrack contains a total of pieces. The Xenoblade Chronicles 2: Sound Selection album was released with the game in Decemberwhile the full soundtrack album was released on May 23, Yasunori Mitsuda has frequently shared news on the progress of the soundtrack recording on his Twitter account.
As announced in Yasunori Mitsuda's Production Notethree versions of the soundtrack were released in Japan. The Standard Edition includes main tracks over 5 discs. The Deluxe Edition album also includes 16 jingles, along with 5 piano arrangements by Ivan Linn. In addition, consumers who purchase the Deluxe Edition also receive a special case, booklet, and copy of the piano score for "Where We Used to Be".
Procyon Studio announced on March 11 that the Digital Standard Edition would be released worldwide: "OST will be available on digital music distribution globally from 23 May !
This OST will be digitally distributed in countries that have sales of the game itself. Prior to the release of the game and soundtrack, Monolith Soft and Nintendo posted four samples of BGM which had 故郷／夜 - Various - Xenoblade Original Soundtrack used in the various trailers. They can be played through web player controls on the game's official Japanese and European websites.
It is an Event Track that exudes high energy and excitement, and plays during the following moments:. Sign In Don't have an account? Start a Wiki. Contents [ show ]. Add an image. Every XC2 cutscene track, timestamped 3 messages. While this is by all means an excellent resource, there has been a general consensus among the 故郷／夜 - Various - Xenoblade Original Soundtrack community that we will not be add Ah well. At least it will be useful F.
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