Two Albums of Music From Hogwarts Legacy Is Now Available
Avalanche Studios along with Portkey Games released Hogwarts Legacy on PlayStation 5, Xbox One and PC via Steam and Epic Games Store this week. Despite being embroiled in controversy due to J.K. Rowling’s sentiments, the game was well-received by fans and sold a ton of copies. WaterTower Music have announced that they have released two separate albums of music from the game. The two albums will offer a total of seventy-five tracks from famous composers.
The Hogwarts Legacy Video Game Soundtrack contains thirty-four tracks and is available via streaming, digital and even vinyl, which will release in Spring. Furthermore, some of the tracks include “Overture To The Unwritten”, “A Proper Hogwarts Welcome”, “Ollivander’s Wand Shop”.
Moreover, in the second album, listeners will get their hands on forty-one tracks. It is available for digital and streaming purchase. Also, the composers such as Myers, Rakozy and Murray in a joint statement stated, “We feel so unbelievably lucky, privileged, and grateful to be a part of the amazing team behind Hogwarts Legacy. So many talented and brilliant people have poured their hearts and minds into this game – made by fans for fans. It is so impressive on a multitude of levels.”
Additionally, in the game, players will enjoy a highly immersive, action and fantasy game set in the 1800s wizarding world. Players must uncover a sinister plot while growing in classes through the halls of Hogwarts.
What are your thoughts on Hogwarts Legacy? Have you tried the game in early access release? Did you enjoy the experience thus far? What do you think about the alleged controversies surrounding the game? Are you interested in the game’s music and soundtracks? Let us know in the comments below or on Twitter and Facebook.
SOURCE: Press Release