Xenoblade Chronicles Definitive Edition and 3 Original Soundtracks Dated

Xenoblade Chronicles Definitive Edition and 3 Original Soundtracks Dated

Procyon Studio announced multiple soundtracks from the three numbered Xenoblade Chronicles installments are on the way in 2023. The company is putting out both the Xenoblade Chronicles Definitive Edition standard OST and Xenoblade Chronicles 3 limited edition OST on August 2, 2023. Then later in 2023, there will be the Trinity Box that includes CDs with music from both of those games and both Xenoblade Chronicles 2 and its Torna ~ The Golden Country expansion.

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The Xenoblade Chronicles Definitive Edition soundtrack costs ¥5,000 and is available at CD Japan for $37.65. It includes five CDs worth of music from the game. The announcement noted the 99 songs appear in the order you hear them in-game.

However, the Xenoblade Chronicles 3 one can be pre-ordered directly from Procyon until April 30, 2023. It costs ¥16,800/$129 for the limited edition. That also adds small, 1/3 scale replicas of Noah and Mio’s flutes, an 80-page booklet, and a Masatsugu Saito art card. The basic version of the soundtrack is ¥6,600/$49.70 at CD Japan.

Here’s a sample of the soundtrack.

Finally, there’s the Xenoblade Chronicles Original Soundtrack Trinity Box. Only pre-orders for the ¥20,000/$154 limited edition are available at Procyon ahead of its 2023 debut at the moment. The site there notes a July 29, 2023 release, with pre-orders ending April 30, 2023. It includes 20 CDs and 20 digipacks, along with a 56-page booklet.

Xenoblade Chronicles Definitive Edition, Xenoblade Chronicles 2, and Xenoblade Chronicles 3 are available on the Nintendo Switch.

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