Octopath Recorded Journey Vinyl Collection Available For Pre-Order; 27 Tracks, September 2022 Shipment

Square Enix has announced that the Octopath Recorded Journey Vinyl Collection is available for pre-order via their Japanese digital storefront.

This package contains two discs alongside a download code of the Octopath Traveler soundtrack for MP3 (24 songs). Each vinyl has seven tracks on each side aside from the back side of disc two, which only has six songs. So in total, 27 tracks are provided across the vinyl.

The Octopath Recorded Journey Vinyl Collection is available for pre-order for ¥4,950, with shipments expected to occur on September 26, 2022.

The Square Enix North American store also has the item available for pre-order for $49.99 with the same expected shipment window.

The track list is as follows:

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Octopath Traveler recently celebrated its 4-year anniversary with new art.

Octopath Traveler had a very successful launch when it was initially released on the Nintendo Switch. It received critical acclaim, massive sales, a ton of love from veteran and new JRPG fans, and it has even gotten a mobile spin-off game, Octopath Traveler: Champions of the Continent. We published a preview for this mobile title.

This mobile game takes place a few years before the events of Octopath Traveler proper, where the land of Orsterra is ruled by all manner of tyrants seeking to fulfill their selfish desires. Still, some crucial individuals resist these oppressors, Chosen Ones of a Divine Ring, who players will encounter. The title boasts over 64 playable characters at launch, with unique path actions akin to what is useable in Octopath Traveler. Speaking of direct Octopath Traveler carry-overs, its composer, Yasunori Nishiki, has created new compositions.

Octopath Traveler is now available for Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, Stadia, and PC via Steam.


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