The Elden Ring soundtrack is now available on music streaming platforms

As a beginner in FromSoftware, I enter Elden Ring because you expect to become a scared and angry wretch. While I was expecting a moody melody at the start of the game, the opening theme was actually the opposite. It was always the only thing you needed in Any FromSoft game. As for my reaction, I’d like to give the same theme a more powerful version – which couldn’t be played in the final game. This once terrified wretch would end the hellish world.


This is just one example of how Elden Ring’s beautiful soundtrack has made me feel sadness, horror, or even pride on other occasions. Having learned this now, reliving these feelings is much easier. The Elden Ring soundtrack is available to stream on Spotify, YouTube, Apple, and a few other different streaming services.

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The soundtrack was announced on PlayStation Magazine by The Soundwriter and FromSoftware Composer, Tsukasa Saito. His announcement made it clear that the 67-track album contains all of the music that was composed for Elden Ring, only from the film used in the first E3 2019 movie. He also revealed some key ideas that the team stuck to during the production.

“When we came into production, we consciously learned the key words for such a book – eloquence, composure, resilience and eloquence, as in a pity for the composition to reflect this change in etiz etiology and the fact that it was distinct from that scared series, or Bloodborne, at the musical ending.

“For many, production begins with a director‘s brief,” he continued. The memoir describes the mood and imagery of this play, from the context and locations of the scenes to the scenes in the film. Text, design and game captures allow us to expand the original vision and build the tracks. When the track is finished, it is submitted to the director for comments.

He continued to say that the composition was repeatedly fined, constantly changing the score until it was completed. This also included the use of a full orchestra and other singers.