The official PR account for The World Ends With You has announced that the upcoming NEO: The World Ends With You will be featuring over 50 tracks. Takeharu Ishimoto, who worked on the soundtrack for the original title, has made his return to this sequel as well.
There are 30 brand new tracks composed for this game entirely, and 20 tracks that are arrangements of songs from the original game. Lastly, the Twitter post states that one can listen to 3 of these upcoming tracks from the game’s official website. Since it’s easy to miss, the tracks can be chosen from the bottom right of the page, the font is quite small, so it can be somewhat difficult to spot ordinarily.
Credit to DKHF on Twitter for the translations.
NEO: The World Ends with You is releasing on July 27, 2021, for PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, and PC via the Epic Games Store this Summer, though the PC release date does is not the same as the consoles’ one.
Pre-orders for both the physical and digital standard editions of the title on PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch are now available on Square Enix’s official website.
There is also a merchandise set priced at $89.99, including a pin badge set, a Mr. Mew hanging pouch, and a record bag. This package does not include the game proper, however, and it is sold completely separately.
In case you missed it, check out everything we know so far that will be included in this upcoming title.
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