Panzer Dragoon Remake Orchestrated Soundtrack

The Panzer Dragoon: Remake Orchestrated OST Will Be Patched in With a Future Update

While Panzer Dragoon: Remake is already available to download via the Nintendo eShop, the orchestrated OST is not yet part of the package. In a future update, player will be able to download the orchestrated version of the soundtrack. This news came from the official Panzer Dragoon: Remake Twitter.

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Right now, only the original OST is available to select when playing the remake. However, the developers said that the new orchestrated soundtrack by Saori Kobayashi will be added as soon as possible. It was also confirmed that this new OST will be included on the physical cartridge to those who purchased it. If you’ve purchased or are interested in the Panzer Dragoon: Remake, you can find official patch updates via the developer’s community Discord.

This highly anticipated remake was recently added to the Nintendo eShop. As part of the Nintendo Direct Mini on March 26, 2020, it was made immediately available to purchase. This remake comes with enhanced visuals and controls. The updated control scheme includes quality of life adjustments.

The Panzer Dragoon Remake Switch version is immediately available in most regions, though it will come to Japan on June 2, 2020. It will also eventually come to PCs worldwide.


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