The Nintendo Switch and Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild are officially one year old today. To celebrate, Nintendo has announced a limited edition OST collection is releasing in April, featuring all 211 original songs from the game, in Japan.
What makes this special from the standard OST is this version includes every song currently in the game, including the songs from its two DLC packs, Champions’ Ballad and The Master Trials. The collection also includes the two songs featured in the E3 2014 trailer and 2017 Nintendo Switch presentation. For the full list of songs and sound effects, look at the list here.
The limited edition collection will feature all the songs on five CDs, a Play Button music player pre-loaded with 15 “field” tracks from the Legend of Zelda series, and special packaging with a clear file for ¥7,000. Songs on the Play Button player cannot be added or removed. The standard edition will only include the five CDs for ¥5,000. Take a peek at the collection above.
Both the standard and limited edition collections will be available on April 25; pre-orders are available here. An international release has not yet been announced.
In other Breath of the Wild news, the title just took home Game of the Year from the DICE awards. But if that’s not enough to say it’s an essential in your Switch collection, here are 60 things we still love about the game, even a year later.
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Author: Aiden Strawhun
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