Two hours of additional music.

Scarlet Moon Records has announced that the action role-playing game Indivisible is getting a follow-up soundtrack consisting of approximately two hours of additional music.

Indivisible: Original Game Soundtrack PLUS is a collection of unused, demo, alternate, and inspired-by compositions. The 31-track album also comes with a digital booklet with track-by-track English and Japanese commentary by composer Hiroki Kikuta (of Secret of Mana, Trials of Mana, and Last Labyrinth).

Pre-orders are available now from Kikuta’s Bandcamp ahead of the album’s release on 21st April.

“Given the size of Indivisible’s score, I knew pretty early on that we’d have a lot of unused and in-progress material by the end of it,” explained Jayson Napolitano, producer at Scarlet Moon Records. “Little did we know just how much of it there would be!

“As a huge fan of Square Enix Music’s varied releases, I thought it would be fun to do a riff on their PLUS soundtrack series by including this material alongside Kikuta-san’s commentary,” he said. “We also thought including the original filenames would be a nice touch.”

The original Indivisible soundtrack got a wide digital release last October. The album featured performances by Japanese singer-songwriter Rionos and American vocalist and composer Jillian Aversa.

Indivisible is developed by Lab Zero Games and published by 505 Games for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Linux, macOS, and Windows. The game will also be released for Nintendo Switch though an exact date hasn’t been announced yet.

A recently released free update has added the New Game+ and Couch Co-Op game modes to Indivisible.