23 tracks of orchestral music composed by Maxime Hervé, pressed on black vinyl.

As announced back in April, the orchestral soundtrack to turn-based role-playing game Solasta: Crown of the Magister is getting a double-vinyl release with pre-orders available now.

The game’s orchestral music is scored by Maxime Hervé (Space Hulk: Tactics), a composer with a background in drums and “a passion for orchestral music, electro and ethnic sounds”, as described on his website.

The soundtrack’s vinyl release comprises two 180g black vinyl discs containing 23 tracks of music. This 2xLP album includes a white and gold sleeve featuring a marble design and gold embellishments, an inner sleeve with its own design based on the colours of the game, and a download of the digital soundtrack.

Pre-orders are available now from the G4F Records online shop with shipping scheduled for July.

The soundtrack to Solasta: Crown of the Magister is also available to purchase and stream from digital platforms including Amazon Music, Apple Music, Bandcamp, Deezer, iTunes, Spotify, YouTube, and YouTube Music.

G4F Records has also released the official music video for the game’s main theme “World of Light”.

Solasta: Crown of the Magister is developed by Tactical Adventures and available for Windows; gameplay mechanics are based on the Dungeons and Dragons SRD 5.1 tabletop ruleset.