Nov 22, 2016 06:30 AM EST
‘Deus Ex: Human Revolution’ Vinyl Coming To Stores On Dec. 2; ‘Deus Ex: Mankind Divided’ Soundtrack Revealed [VIDEO]
Game publisher Square Enix and developer Eidos Montreal have revealed that "Deus Ex: Human Revolution" vinyl will be released on Dec. 2. The original soundtrack for "Deus Ex: Mankind Divided" will also be released on the same day.
"Deus Ex: Human Revolution" vinyl
According to the official website of Amazon, "Deus Ex: Human Revolution's" music was composed by Michael McCann, who is an award-winning composer and also known as Behavior. The limited edition double vinyl release will have 25-track soundtrack, which will combine almost 200 tracks created for the video game. It will have 70 minutes worth of tracks with the game's heavy and atmospheric theme.
"Deus Ex: Human Revolution" vinyl packaging
The "Deus Ex: Human Revolution" vinyl will be packaged in a specially designed gold foil inlay album cover while the vinyl itself will have the color of gold. It will contain two bonus tracks as well, which are the "Deus Ex: The Fall," which is the menu theme, and Sarif versus Unatco. The item costs $47.99 on Amazon.
Fans can still get the soundtrack on CD and through other means like iTunes, Amazon, Google Play, and other online retailers around the world. The MP3 is worth $8.99 all in all, but the streaming is unlimited with the free Amazon App.
"Deus Ex: Mankind Divided" soundtrack versions
According to the official website of Sumthing, fans of the "Deus Ex: Mankind Divided" soundtrack can choose between two versions. These two versions are the standard version and the extended two CD version, which includes 14 additional tracks. They can pre-order the standard version on the website, but the extended two CD version can be pre-ordered on Amazon for $11.99 only.
Michael McCann returned to compose music for the sequel of the game franchise. He was also joined by Sascha Dikiciyan, which is an award-winning artist and composer Ed Harrison as composer.
Check out the "Deus Ex: Mankind Divided" Announcement Trailer below:
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