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Genshin Impact ‘Vortex of Legends’ Dragonspine Soundtrack Released

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The Genshin Impact Dragonspine soundtrack is out now on Apple Music, Spotify and YouTube. Dubbed "Vortex of Legends," the album includes tracks from the game’s chilly mountain region.

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All 17 tracks in the Dragonspine soundtrack were composed by Yu-Peng Chen. Developer miHoYo previously shared a "Tales from the Snow Mountain" music video showing an orchestral performance in Shanghai. You can check out the full album in the video embedded below.

Included in the "Vortex of Legends" album are the following tracks:

  1. "Snow-Buried Tales" ​
  2. "Fragile Fantasy"
  3. "Chattering Snowflakes"​
  4. "Serene and Sweet Adieu"
  5. "Glistening Shards"
  6. "Ad Oblivione"
  7. "Abiding Chills" ​
  8. "Menacing Cove"
  9. "Striding in the Snowstorm"
  10. "Sinister Mist"
  11. "In the Desolate Hallway" ​
  12. "The Flourishing Past"
  13. "Unfinished Frescoes" ​
  14. "Spin of Ice Crystals" ​
  15. "Finale of the Snowtomb"​
  16. "Once-Colored Memories"
  17. "Moonlike Smile"

The Dragonspine soundtrack release follows similar releases for the larger Mondstadt and Liyue regions.

Genshin Impact‘s newest event, Contending Tides, offers players rewards for daily challenges starting on April 2, 2021. The Windblume Festival event is also still active until April 5, 2021.

Genshin Impact is available now on PC, iOS, Android and PlayStation 4. A PlayStation 5 version is slated for release in Spring 2021, and the Nintendo Switch port is still in development.

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