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No Man’s Sky Soundtrack Available on YouTube from the Composer

by Kyle Hanson


The entire No Man’s Sky soundtrack has popped up on YouTube, courtesy of the game’s composer, 65daysofstatic. The video is over 47 minutes long, consisting of ten tracks from the game. These ten tracks are the same ones found on the official release of the No Man’s Sky soundtrack, which can be ordered in many forms right here. However, fans of the game’s music still have reason to buy, as there are various “soundscapes” on the soundtrack that are absent from this video.

The music is very appropriately scifi, pulling inspiration from some of the classics of the genre. Players do have to listen to these tunes a lot though, with No Man’s Sky offering hundreds of hours of gameplay thanks to the procedurally generated worlds that players can explore. It will be interesting to see how well this music holds up after that amount of time.

Still, fans seem very excited for this release, with the video already being shared across the internet. Fans are diving into the tunes to see which are their favorites, and which they might not enjoy so much.

No Man’s Sky hits PS4 on August 9th and PC on August 12th.

65daysofstatic – No Man’s Sky: Music for an Infinite Universe

- This article was updated on:August 4th, 2016

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