Full Destiny 2 Sountrack Released on YouTube by Bungie

To celebrate the release of Destiny 2, Bungie uploaded the whole soundtrack of the game on YouTube for everyone to enjoy.

on September 5, 2017 5:46 PM

Destiny 2 is in the process of being released across the world, with several countries East of Europe already playing the game, and Central Europe ready for the floodgates to open in fifteen minutes

To celebrate the release of the game, Bungie simply went ahead and released the whole soundtrack on YouTube so that everyone can enjoy the great score by Michael Salvatori, Skye Lewin, C Paul Johnson, Rotem Moav, and Pieter Schlosser.

On top of the soundtrack proper, the developer also released a trailer, giving us a look behind the scene of the creation of the score itself.

If you want it in a more permanent form, you can actually purchase it in digital form starting today on the Bungie Store. It costs $9.99, and it will grant you a code to unlock an emblem in the game.

If you would like to see and read more of Destiny, you can take a gander at our pre-review impression article in progress,  and our previous coverage on the European Dead ZoneLost Sectors themselves and Loot Farming, and Heroic Public Events.

You can also a trailer from yesterday showing the Lost Sectors, another pair of trailers from the day before showcasing adventures and an NPC named Devrim Kay, another showing the map, one displaying the European Dead Zone from last weekthe new and quite funny live action trailerthe prologue mission I recorded last week in the PC beta, and a gallery of lovely screenshots showing just how good the game looks on Windows.

Destiny 2 is gradually releasing around the world for PS4 and Xbox One as I write, just as soon as midnight rings in each region. PC players like me will have to wait until October 24th.


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