Nihon Falcom will release The Legend of Heroes: Kuro no Kiseki original soundtrack in Japan on March 9, 2022. The soundtrack will be available in both physical and digital formats.
The Kuro no Kiseki original soundtrack will consist of 85 tracks, with a total duration of over 210 minutes. The physical album will contain three CDs. The soundtrack will mostly feature tracks from the game, such as the title theme and “Mechanical Syndrome.” However, it will also include a Less Vocal version of the theme song “Na mo naki Akumu no Hate” (The End of the Nameless Nightmare) as a bonus.
The physical album will be available for ¥3,740 (~$33). Nihon Falcom will also publish the soundtrack on digital subscription platforms like Spotify and YouTube Music. Alternatively, people will also be able to purchase the digital album on sites like iTunes Store. The digital release will have two versions with varying prices as follows:
- Regular edition – ¥152 (~$1.33) per individual track or ¥3,208 (~$28) for the full album
- High-Resolution edition – ¥254 (~$2.22) individually or ¥3,462 (~$30) for the full album
The Legend of Heroes: Kuro no Kiseki is immediately available on PlayStation 4 in Japan. Clouded Leopard Entertainment will release the Traditional Chinese and Korean localizations in East Asia on February 10, 2022. In October 2021, Nihon Falcom updated the game with a variable frame rate option that goes up to 60fps while releasing a public demo on the Japanese PlayStation Store.