The Legend of Heroes Hajimari no Kiseki Original Soundtrack

Hajimari no Kiseki Soundtrack Will Be Released on December 16, 2020

Nihon Falcom will release The Legend of Heroes: Hajimari no Kiseki Original Soundtrack on December 16, 2020. The album will be available both physically and digitally. [Thanks, Gamer!]

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The soundtrack will consist of 3 CDs containing a combined total of 81 songs with over 200 minutes. In addition to BGMs used in the game, it will also include the Full and Less Vocal versions of the theme song “NO END NO WORLD” and also the full version of the prologue ending song “Long Awaited” as bonus tracks. The full tracklist is available on the soundtrack page at Nihon Falcom’s website.

The Hajimari no Kiseki soundtrack will be available physically at 3,400 yen. First-print editions will have a special package design. The songs can also be purchased digitally on sites like iTunes Store and Amazon Digital Music at 2,917 yen for the full album or even 139 yen for each individual song. There are also high-res versions containing WAV and FLAC files at 96kHz / 24bit available for digital purchases at 3,148 yen for the full set or 231 yen individually. Note that all prices listed are still subject to tax.

The Legend of Heroes: Hajimari no Kiseki is immediately available for the PlayStation 4 in Japan and Asia. The game recently received a major update that added new playable characters and story episodes, along with a level cap raise. Nihon Falcom’s President Toshihiro Kondo also previously talked about the next game in the series after Hajimari no Kiseki.


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