Today, publisher Square Enix and developer Eidos Montréal announced that Deus Ex: Mankind Divided‘s soundtracks will be available on CD, digital stores and streaming services as soon as December 2nd. Additionally, the pair also announced that the Deus Ex: Human Revolution vinyl will also be released on the same day and is already available for pre-order right here.
Deus Ex: Human Revolution‘s music was composed by award-winning composer Michael McCann (aka Behavior). The limited edition double vinyl release is comprised of a 25-track soundtrack that combines many of the almost 200 tracks created for the game into one “70-minute journey through the heavily atmospheric, and oppressive world of Deus Ex: Human Revolution.” Because there is nothing like getting lost in the tunes of a heavily atmospheric and oppressive world.
The limited edition will be presented in a specially designed gold foil inlay album cover and gold colored vinyl, and will feature two bonus tracks: “Deus Ex: The Fall (Menu Theme)” and “Sarif vs. Unatco.” The soundtrack is also (and has been) available on CD and through iTunes, Spotify, Amazon, Google Play and other online retailers worldwide if you don’t want to listen to it on vinyl.
As you may know, Michael McCann returned to compose music for Deus Ex: Mankind Divided, and was joined by award-winning artist Sascha Dikiciyan (aka Sonic Mayhem) and composer Ed Harrison. The soundtrack will come in 2 different editions: a standard and an extended 2-CD version including 14 additional tracks. Track listings are available here and here.
Below you can check out album for both soundtracks: