OST update & preview medley #2

Wednesday, March 3, 2010


While the whole team behind Söldner-X 2: Final Prototype is currently busy with giving the game its last finishing touches, we are giving you another quick update on the original soundtrack CD, that is going to launch at around the same time the game is coming out.

Mastering has already been completed and we are happy to present you with the final track list. A total of 30 tracks have found their way onto the album at a total running time of 66:44 minutes.

A new second preview medley has also been uploaded, make sure to check it out right here. For your reference, the first one released earlier this year is also still available here.

For more details, visit the Söldner-X 2: Final Soundtrack product page on eastasiasoft.com. The soundtrack can be preordered here.

Full and updated track list:

01. Söldner Rising (Opening)
02. Final Prototype (Title / Main Menu)
03. The Challenge
04. Sector Zeus
05. Mech Alert (Erster Endgegner)
06. All Systems Down (Berzerker Eins)
07. Entering The Complex
08. Death on Rails (Zweiter Endgegner)
09. Complex Situation (Berzerker Zwei)
10. City of the Fallen
11. An Eye for an Eye (Dritter Endgegner)
12. Facing Onslaught (Berzerker Drei)
13. Stage Loading
14. Woods of Ellje
15. The Root of the Problem (Vierter Endgegner)
16. Desperate Measures (Berzerker Vier)
17. Dive!
18. Underwater Carnage (Fünfter Endgegner)
19. Deep Trouble (Berzerker Fünf)
20. Caves of Iya
21. Cold as Hell (Sechster Endgegner)
22. Escape (Berzerker Sechs)
23. Game Over
24. Lurking Evil II
25. Hit Fast, Hit Hard (Siebter Endgegner)
26. Massive Attack Syndrome II (Berzerker Sieben)
27. Victory (System Liberated)
28. Legendary Fighter (High Score)
29. Heroes Reborn - Back to the Roots Reprise (Credits)
30. Storytelling (Opening/End Sequence Instrumental Montage)

4 comments:

Tiago said...

Can't wait for this OST... I've recently received the OST for the first one... Lurking Evil is SO amazing.

Matt Hargett said...

can we download the soundtrack in FLAC format instead of buying the CD? 24-bit/48khz FLAC would be preferred, if possible.

wolfboy said...

I've always loved the music on shmups, especially R-types, Einhander, and this

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