Dragon Marked for Death: Original Soundtrack album out in March

Dragon Marked for Death was finally released last week on Nintendo Switch after many years in development. One particular aspect the developers put a lot of efforts into is the music: it features a full orchestral soundtrack, performed by several orchestras around the world. For those of you who fell in love with the music, here’s some good news for you: the Dragon Marked for Death Original Soundtrack will be released on March 1st in Japan!

The album will include no less than 77 tracks, including Franoja (with vocals by Diana Garnet) and Theme of Dragon Marked For Death (which isn’t used in the game, and was created for the trailers). It comes with a 16-page full-colour booklet, that features a special cover drawn by Toru Nakayama (Character Design), comments from the developers, liner notes for all tracks, and more.

The album costs 4 000 Yen, and will be released on March 1st. Pre-orders are now live in Japan (not on Amazon yet!), but those of you in Japan can get it before March 1st thanks to the early release on the official Inti Creates store.

Here’s what the cover of the Dragon Marked for Death Original Soundtrack album looks like:

Finally, here’s the latest trailer for the game:

Dragon Marked for Death (Switch) comes out at retail on March 26th in Europe and North America.

Source: Gamer


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