Original game soundtrack out on 19th June.

Bethesda has today announced that the soundtrack to first-person shooter Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus will be released on 19th June, but is available now to play on YouTube.

The original game soundtrack will be more widely available from outlets such as Amazon, iTunes, Google Play, and Spotify, but for now fans can head over to Bethesda’s YouTube channel and play the whole 41-track album.

Composed by Mick Gordon and Martin Stig Andersen, the soundtrack is a mixture of heavy rock, ominous ambient tracks, and cinematic scores.

Gordon has previously composed other Bethesda games including Wolfenstein: The New Order, Prey, and the 2016 reboot of Doom, while Anderson’s composer credits include Limbo, and Inside prior to the collaboration on Wolfenstein II.

Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus was nominated for “Best Music in a Game” at the 2018 New York Game Awards, and “Outstanding Achievement in Original Music Composition” at the 2018 DICE Awards.