Sonic Frontiers soundtrack length explained by composer Tomoya Ohtani


Beginning of October 2022, sound borders composer Tomoya Ohtani has revealed that the 150-song soundtrack will be available, along with a physical release of six CDs come to Japan. Now Ohtani has offered a little clarification as to why the soundtrack is so great. It turns out there’s a slew of unique music in the game, with each Cyberspace location and Guardian’s Battle combat gets its own trail.

Here is Ohtani’s official explanation, which he shared on Twitter.

While the full sound borders the soundtrack is not yet available, Sega has shared some of the songs online on YouTube. First, the ending theme “Vandalize”, by One OK Rock, appeared. After that, the theme song “I’m here” showed up. This is performed by To Octavia vocalist Merry Kirk-Holmes. The most recent is “Cyber ​​Space DJ Mix”. It is described as a mix of Cyber ​​Space songs.

In case you missed it, here’s the “Cyber ​​Space DJ Mix” video.

sound borders will be released for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, Windows PC, and Nintendo Switch on November 8, 2022. The physical version of the soundtrack will appear in Japan on December 7, 2022, and it should appear globally roughly at the same time.

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