Octopath Traveler II Original Soundtrack Now Available on Streaming Services in North America

    Finally available in NA.

    Great news for Octopath Traveler II fans – the original soundtrack has finally been made available on streaming services! Previously, it was only made available in Europe & Asia, with no North American option for USA, Canada, and Mexico Apple Music / Spotify users.

    Originally, the OST was released on streaming services on February 22. However, issues prevented North American users to access the album, but that has now been fixed as of today. The Octopath Traveler II soundtrack features two discs and a combined 131 total tracks, all composed by Yasunori Nishiki. 

    Stream the album now on Apple Music and Spotify.

    You can check out an overview of Octopath Traveler II below via the official website

    The story takes place in Solistia, a land comprising an eastern and western continent divided by the sea. It is a bustling era, wherein large vessels navigate busy sea routes and the power of steam gives birth to new technologies. Some people thrill to glamorous stars of the stage and industry, while others are brought to tears by war, plague, and poverty. In this faraway realm, eight travelers hailing from different regions venture forth for their own reasons. Step into their shoes and explore the land as you see fit.

    The first installment’s popular HD-2D graphics—a fusion of retro pixel art and 3DCG—have been enhanced with greater detail, beauty, and unique camerawork in this game. Characters’ proportions have been improved, and they can express their emotions more vividly than before with the use of additional gestures. Previously players could only look down from above, but this dynamic new camera style will enhance the way they experience battles and events.

    Noah Hunter
    Noah Hunter
    Noah is Final Weapon’s Editor-in-Chief. He co-founded the website in June 2019 and has been writing for it ever since. In total, he has over five years of writing experience across many publications, including IGN Entertainment. His favorite series include Xeno and Final Fantasy.

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