Last year, Bethesda Softworks brought players back into the post-apocalypse with the highly-anticipated Fallout 4, and now for those that want to listen to the sweet, sweet sounds of the Commonwealth can do so with the deluxe edition release of the game’s soundtrack on vinyl this summer.
Developer Bethesda Softworks has announced that a 6-LP collection of the Fallout 4 soundtrack will be arriving this summer, with pre-orders for the vinyl collection currently available from the studio’s store for $125, and shipping to begin in July.
Specifically, the collection will include the full score of 65 tracks from composer Inon Zur, totaling over 3.5 hours of music from Fallout 4 will also housing each of the six LPs in three full-color gatefold jackets featuring original artwork, all held in a heavy board-stock slipcover with art from the game.
Pre-orders for the Fallout 4 vinyl edition of the game’s soundtrack are available now through the Bethesda Store for a limited run of 3,000 copies, with shipping of the soundtrack to begin on July 1st, 2016. In the meantime, you can also check out images of the vinyl soundtrack collection below: