The 6xLP release has a limited edition.

The soundtrack to the 2015 action-adventure game Yakuza 0 is getting a couple of physical releases as a double- and sextuple-vinyl album.

Following a tease on Wednesday, Laced Records has now officially announced the vinyl releases of the game’s eclectic soundtrack composed by a SEGA Sound Team led by Hidenori Shoji (F-Zero GX and Judgement).

The deluxe double-vinyl release is pressed on two 180g vinyl discs: one is light blue and the other is green. The album contains 27 select tracks and comes with printed inner sleeves and an outer sleeve to house the discs.

The deluxe sextuple-vinyl release is pressed on six 180g black vinyl discs and contains 90 tracks of music. The discs are housed in 3mm spined sleeves, all contained in a rigid board slipcase.

There’s also a limited edition of the 6xLP release pressed on six 180g colour-in-colour vinyl discs, which is exclusive to Laced Records.

Pre-orders are available now from the Laced Records online store with all three items shipping in October.

The Yakuza 0 soundtrack is already available from digital platforms including Apple Music, iTunes, Spotify, and YouTube Music (soundtrack is split into two parts).

Yakuza 0 is developed and published by SEGA and available for PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Windows.