An album of over 60 tracks by composer Hiroki Kikuta.

The soundtrack to Lab Zero Games’ action role-playing game Indivisible is available now from a range of digital outlets.

Although Indivisible is an ARPG with real-time combat, it’s also a game with platformer gameplay elements. Players embark on a world-saving journey as they take on the role of Ajna, a girl whose homeland is under attack which stirs up a mysterious power inside of her.

For Indivisible’s soundtrack, composer Hiroki Kikuta has crafted 61 tracks, some of which are calmly whimsical while others are tense and energetic. Live performances from artists include Japanese singer-songwriter Rionos and American vocalist and composer Jillian Aversa.

The full soundtrack is available now from digital outlets including Bandcamp, iTunes, and Google Play, plus streaming services such as Amazon Music, Deezer, Spotify, and TIDAL.

“I was extremely excited when I heard that the team behind Skullgirls wanted me to write music for their new RPG, Indivisible,” said Kikuta via a press release. “I consider myself very fortunate to have been able to work on this game.”

Kikuta is perhaps best known for composing the soundtracks to role-playing games Secret of Mana and Trials of Mana, as well as the upcoming virtual reality escape-the-room adventure game Last Labyrinth.

“While working on the unique sound for Indivisible was truly a challenge, it was a worthwhile experiment and I believe the continuous creative effort and difficulties developing the right sound turned out for the best.”

Developed by Lab Zero Games and published by 505 Games, Indivisible is out today and available for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Linux, macOS, and Windows. A Nintendo Switch release will come at a later date.

The combat and character trailer has been embedded below.