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Broken Age: Complete Soundtrack Releases Tomorrow
Tomorrow (April 28) marks an important day for Double Fine’s crowdfunded adventure game Broken Age. Not only will Act 2 be available in North America (a day later in Europe), but also the game’s complete soundtrack.
The first act of Broken Age was released last year, and since then only the first half of the soundtrack has been available for players. With the release of the second part, the game’s soundtrack is now complete.
Sumthing Else Music Works confirmed today that tomorrow the entire album will be available separately on its website and iTunes for $9.99 or Amazon for $8.99.
On April 28, Broken Age also stops existing as a two-part game and will be repackaged as one whole unit priced at $24.99. Those interested in purchasing the full game will have the option of another bundle with the complete soundtrack and will cost $29.99.
Note that those who already purchased the first half of the soundtrack will get the remaining eight tracks for free in an update.
“I’m so excited at the release of the complete original soundtrack to Broken Age,” said composer Peter O’Connell. “It’s been quite a musical journey, over two years in the making. I’m especially glad to have been able to work with such tremendous musicians as the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra, The New Vocal String Quartet and the band, Clarinet Thing. They truly bring the music to life.”
A physical release of the soundtrack will happen sometime in June and will cost $11.98.