The composer of Sonic Frontiers confirms that the game’s soundtrack will be available to purchase physically as well as to stream digitally later this December. Not only that, the soundtrack will contain 150 songs to listen to. Sonic Frontiers is only a month or so away from release now, and Sega has been doing quite a bit in the last few months to hype up the game. This includes a lot of new trailers and demos of the game at industry events, showing off the open-zone gameplay, mechanics, and even the music.

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Earlier in September, Sega revealed both the main and ending vocal themes for Sonic Frontiers, those being “I’m Here” and “Vandalize” respectively. They are both punk-rock anthems, giving a melancholy edge, which matches the atmosphere and mood of Sonic Frontiers. The Spotify version of “I’m Here” even includes the full theme for the Starfall Islands for fans to listen to. The game’s composer, Tomoya Ohtani, recently announced that the game’s soundtrack will be available for purchase and digital streaming after it releases in November.

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According to Ohtani’s tweet, the soundtrack will be available for streaming internationally. Not only that, this soundtrack will consist of 150 songs, which does include Sonic Frontiers‘ main vocal theme “I’m Here.” The official tweet from the Japanese Sonic Twitter account notes that a physical release of this soundtrack, titled “Stillness & Motion,” will be released on December 7, 2022.

The announcement from Sega notes digital streaming services will have access to the songs during or after the physical release of the soundtrack. With Sonic Frontiers‘ soundtrack containing 150 songs, it will be spread across six CDs and will be sold for 8000 yen, or roughly $55 USD. There will be a few extra goodies included in this release, which includes a 40-page booklet, a special case, and commentary from members of the sound team.

Many fans were surprised with the number of songs that are included, noting how this could be one of the largest soundtracks that the Sonic series has had to date. In comparison, the last mainline entry, Sonic Forces, contained 87 songs, including cutscene-specific songs alongside the multitude of stage themes. With each cyberspace stage in Sonic Frontiers having a unique piece of music, alongside the multiple cutscenes, stages, islands, and bosses that can be fought in the game, it’s likely the soundtrack is looking to be big and varied.

Sonic Frontiers will launch on November 8 for PC, PS4, PS5, Switch, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S.

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Source: Sega

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