If you’ve been riding around the wilds of the American West to the tunes of the Red Dead Redemption 2 soundtrack, we’ve got some good news for you. Apparently various different versions of iTunes in a variety of countries claim that the soundtrack will be releasing on July 12, and you can pre-order.
The soundtrack, which will include 13 songs and original artwork, will be releasing for $21.99 in New Zealand currency, or $13.99 in American currency. You’d have to check your local version of iTunes to find out what that’d be in your own country’s money.
The various tracks that are on the Red Dead Redemption 2 soundtrack also come from a variety of artists, including Daniel Lanois, Rhiannon Giddens, Willie Nelson, and Rocco DeLuca. If you only like one song out of the bunch, or don’t like the other artists, you can thankfully just buy a few songs off the album instead of the whole thing.
While 13 songs isn’t really that much compared to some other video game soundtracks, especially in a game like Red Dead Redemption 2, the mood of the game is likely preserved in these sounds, the mood of the Open West and the wilderness that it consists of.
Being able to buy the Red Dead Redemption 2 soundtrack is also good because if you can’t get enough of the game’s music, you can play it in your car while you’re on the road, or while playing another game if you don’t think that its current soundtrack is good enough.
Hopefully these iTunes listings aren’t incorrect, and Red Dead fans will actually be able to buy the Red Dead Redemption 2 soundtrack for however much it will be on their own versions of iTunes when July 12 rolls around.
Until then, you can still get exposed to its music by continuing to explore the West in Red Dead Redemption 2’s story mode, or take a break from the music by running around in Red Dead Online with your friends.