Check Out Samples Of Persona 5’s Massive 110-Track Original Soundtrack Album

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Persona 5’s original soundtrack, featuring 110 tracks and 3 discs just released today in Japan, and Atlus shared a sample of it in a new video.

 

The original soundtrack was made with Shoji Meguro as the main composer as well as plenty of others from Atlus’ sound team and vocals by Lyn. The album also features a booklet containing messages from the creators.

 

Persona 5 is available in Japan for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3. The game is headed to North America and Europe on April 4, 2017. The original soundtrack is now available in Japan for 4,000 yen plus tax.


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