The Skyrim soundtrack still stands the test of time. Despite it being six years old now, it’s still one of the most beloved game scores of all time. Jeremy Soule’s work continues to be listened to and appear on classical music lists all over and its always high on ‘best ever’ lists. Well, soon you will have a new way to listen to it. Iam8bit has revealed a vinyl version of the soundtrack is coming.
There are only 3000 copies up for grabs, so you’ll have to make sure you are in there early, as we assume this will be a pretty hot item. The vinyl is set to dispatch in Q2 2018, but unfortunately, a more specific date is still pending. The record will set you back $40 and you can pre-order now.
The interesting thing to see here is how the music is curated, as the soundtrack is around four hours long. That can’t fit on an LP. Seeing what makes the cut and how it flows will be a really important part of this package.
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