Sumthing Else Music Works is considered to be the industry leader in licensing and distributing video game soundtracks, so it only seems logical that Ubisoft would want to partner with them for the release of its album for For Honor.
Today, Sumthing Else Music Works announced that the For Honor soundtrack has been made available in CD format in retail stores, as well as for digital download on Sumthing Else’s digital store. The complete digital album is currently being sold on the Sumthing Else store for $9.99.
The soundtrack features For Honor’s original score, which was composed by the creative minds of Saunder Jurriaans (The Jinx: The Life and Death of Robert Durst) and Danny Bensi (The One I Love, The OA). It includes tracks such as “To the Gate” and “Wolves Among Sheep.” Of course, if you’re just interested in a few of the available songs, you can simply purchase them individually for $0.99 each. There are 20 songs in the complete soundtrack.
For Honor is an action title developed by Ubisoft Montreal for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Windows PC. In For Honor, players may take part in a single-player or two-player co-op adventure through a campaign that will take you into the hardest fought battles between Vikings, Samurai, and Knights. The game notably features multiplayer game modes such as 4v4 Dominion, 2v2 Brawls, 1v1 Duels, 4v4 Skirmishes, and 4v4 Elimination.
Most recently, For Honor a significant update with the promise of more to come. The first major update came in the form of For Honor Season Two, Might & Shadow, which introduced two additional heroes, two new maps, new customization items, and some gameplay improvements. In the works for future updates is a patch that will penalize players from rage-quitting multiplayer matches.
For more information about For Honor’s official soundtrack, you can head to Sumthing Else Music Works’ website.