Signed copies available.
Through a partnership between Focus Home Interactive and Black Screen Records, the latter will be releasing the soundtrack to A Plague Tale: Innocence on CD and vinyl this summer.
A Plague Tale: Innocence is a third-person adventure game about two young orphans who find themselves on the run from Inquisition soldiers. Siblings Amicia and Hugo will also have to survive against the supernatural swarm of rats that have materialised alongside The Great Plague.
Composed by BAFTA-nominated Olivier Derivière, the game’s soundtrack has been pressed on 180g clear vinyl with a black smoke colour design. This double-vinyl release comes with a 12″ Amicia art print, rat enamel pin, and the digital soundtrack which comprises 38 tracks of music.
The album features artwork by Asobo Studio concept artist and art director, Damien Papet and Olivier Ponsonnet, respectively. Graphic designer Dane Baudoin has also provided additional layout work for the album.
The soundtrack vinyl and CD can be pre-ordered now from the Black Screen Records website. Shipping is expected mid-August.
Signed copies of the soundtrack vinyl and CD are also available to pre-order, with shipping expected a little later in early September.
Pre-orders for both vinyl and CD formats placed before 5th July will come with a Coat of Arms enamel pin.
A Plague Tale: Innocence’s soundtrack can also be streamed from digital services such as Deezer and Spotify, while a Deluxe Edition of the soundtrack can be purchased from Deriviere’s Bandcamp page.
For pre-order details and the full tracklisting, head over to the Black Screen Records product page.
Correction: Originally the article stated that the rat enamel pin was a free bonus for pre-orders placed before 5th July. This has been corrected to the Coat of Arms enamel pin.