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  • Sonic Frontiers Expansion OST, "Paths Revisited", Announced

    Already-huge soundtrack gets beefed up with another 46 tracks.

    Sonic Frontiers' Original Soundtrack is set to get an expansion release from October, including a total of 46 new tracks that covers music introduced in the game's free DLC packs. It will be called "Sonic Frontiers Expansion Soundtrack: Paths Revisited."


    Announced on social media, the official Sonic Japan notice states that the refreshed OST will debut on "distribution" services from October 2, while a full CD re-release will hit stores on November 15. No price has yet been revealed for the CD release, but we can only imagine it'll be at a bit of a premium.

    Look at the cover above. How cool is that!?

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    46 tracks is an utter shitload, nearly 1/3 of the base game's total soundtrack. This would presumably include the three tracks we've heard today, plus the Birthday Mix mashup and Action Chain music from June's update. No idea what the rest of the music could possibly be for, but it does say well enough that this update is gonna be fucking meaty. I'm so shocked this is free.

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    Yes please! And not vinyls, there really is a god. I just hope this doesn't take 4 months after release to get here like the original ost did. Maybe it's just an Amazon global thing.

    Speaking of, do we know if this one is going up on Amazon global as well?

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    Besides 46 new (probably remixes too) tracks, the way they are promoting this update is saying a lot to how big it may be. Still, I don't want to set expectations too high, but not at a "free update budget" level either.

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    On 9/15/2023 at 12:33 PM, DaddlerTheDalek said:

    46 tracks of new Sonic Frontiers music goodness!

    Your conclusion is... most logical.300px-PrimeShockwave.jpg.ff6ccdfa0691968d116605fa4d60417c.jpg

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    35 minutes ago, Lytan said:

    Every bit of news makes me more excited for the final DLC!

    The future is looking bright

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