See the creation of The Last Guardian’s soundtrack and listen at launch

On the PlayStation Blog it was announced that when The Last Guardian launches, an app will be simultaneously launched that will allow fans to listen to the game’s soundtrack.

The soundtrack has been composed by Takeshi Furukawa and orchestrated by the London Symphony Orchestra, Trinity Boys Choir and London Voices. To see the making of the soundtrack, watch the video below.

At launch, The Last Guardian Composer’s Choice PS4 Music App will feature 19-tracks from the game and will be available from the PlayStation Store. Users will be able to export all 19-tracks as MP3 files via a USB drive.

It has also been revealed that players who own a PlayStation headset will be able to take advantage of the special Headset Companion App which provides fine-tuned audio specifically for The Last Guardian.

The Last Guardian will be exclusive to PS4 on December 6, 2016.


Leo Stevenson
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