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Sonic Forces soundtracks unveiled

Whether you’re old school and buy physical CDs or a digital downloader, you’re in for two courses of video game rock ‘n roll goodness!

SEGA announced Thursday on Sonic Channel, the Japanese website revolving around the Blue Blur, that they will be releasing a 3-CD soundtrack of Sonic Forces in both digital and physical formats.

TRANSLATION: “Jacket image (Left foil stamping / Die cutting three sides dressing box / Right jacket cover) * The image is under construction and it may be changed”
Courtesy: Sonic Channel

A Hero Will Rise, will supply you with 87 glorious background songs such as “Sunset Heights” and “Ghost Town” courtesy of Tomoya Ohtani and the London Symphony Orchestra. This instrumental-vocal combo disc is going for ¥4,167 ($37.12).

TRANSLATION: “Jacket image (left drawn sleeve case / right jacket cover) * The image is under construction and it may be changed”
Courtesy: Sonic Channel

On The Edge, an exclusive vocal album, features, as the name suggests, 14 vocal songs including smash hit themes “Fist Bump” and “Infinite” for a great low price of ¥1,200 ($10.69).

Sonic Forces Original Sountrack – A Hero Will Rise and Sonic Forces Vocal Traxx – On The Edge release in Japan December 13th.

Don’t let the fact that the CD’s are Japan-exclusive discourage you. You’ll still be able to buy them off Amazon or stream them on Spotify.

 

Sonic Forces releases Nov. 7 (Nov. 9 for Japan) on the PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and PC. Pre-order now.

 

 

 

 

Cristina Alexander

Cristina Alexander has been an avid fan of Sonic the Hedgehog since 2003. Her favorites include “Sonic Adventure 2,” “Sonic Heroes,” “Sonic Advance 3,” “Shadow the Hedgehog,” “Sonic Riders,” “Sonic Unleashed,” and “Sonic Colors.” Her favorite video game franchises outside of Sonic include Kingdom Hearts, Pokémon, and Just Dance. She’s currently studying Multimedia Journalism at Florida Atlantic University.

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  • Matt Bennion

    Sonic Mania only got a Vinyl release and Forces gets released on CD ?!? Logic fail.

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