The two LP set features 13 traks from the game (there’s no tracklist at the moment unfortunately). According to the soundtrack description, Scarlet Nexus’ OST “combines pop and EDM music to match the game’s tone, rock music for combat sequences, jazz and fusion music for a silky-smooth atmosphere, noise music to make players feel ill-at-ease, and it includes Japanese instruments with sonorities inspired by traditional court music for a taste of Edo.”
Each LP — one a tradition black, one red — is housed in a protective sleeve, featuring artwork from the game. It’s a nice looking set, though a heftier collection in the style of Laced Records’ Yakuza 0 vinyls would have been cool.
Scarlet Nexus is shaping up to be a stylish action RPG from Bandai Namco. Make sure to give the demo a try ahead of the game’s release for PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, and PC via Steam on June 25.
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