Bloodborne’s haunting soundtrack gets a separate release April 21

Bloodborne‘s soundtrack, which required a 65-piece orchestra and 32-member choir to perform, will get a separate release on April 21 for fans who didn’t pick up the collector’s edition.

The soundtrack will be available digitally through Sumthing Else and also on compact disc — remember those? The Collector’s Edition soundtrack was only a digital download code.

Sumthing Else will offer the soundtrack for $10, and individual tracks for 99 cents. There are a total of 21 tracks and 70 minutes worth of music. The composers are Yuka Kitamura, Tsukasa Saitoh, and Nobuyoshi Suzuki, with guest composers Ryan Amon and Michael Wandmacher.

Bloodborne launched March 24 to mostly rave reviews. See ours here. For more, check out our walkthrough series, or watch our overview video of its gameplay.