Voice of Cards OST

Voice of Cards Digital OST Now Available to Purchase

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Square Enix announced that the Voice of Cards: The Isle Dragon Roars OST is now available to purchase. However, only the digital version of the OST is available at the moment. Additionally, a special website has been opened, which features all 14 songs that will be available through the OST. The website also allows for consumers to listen to a 30 second preview of each song. The Voice of Cards OST is immediately available to purchase through the Apple Music storefront for $11.99. [Thanks, Gamer!]

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The OST will also be available to purchase as a physical CD at some point in the future. The official website reveals that more details regarding this release will appear at a later date. As mentioned previously, the OST will feature a total of 14 songs. This includes the title song for the game.

Voice of Cards is the latest title from Yoko Taro. Leading up to the release of the game, Taro continued to reaffirm that while Voice of Cards does feature some of the same staff that helped create the Drakengard series, this title has no relation to any of his previous works. This also includes the NieR series.

Voice of Cards: The Isle Dragon Roars is immediately available for PlayStation 4, PC, and Nintendo Switch.

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