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D&D: ‘Baldur’s Gate 3’ Gets a Limited Edition Triple Vinyl Soundtrack

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Mar 20 2024

Now you can hear Down by the River the way it was meant to be heard—on vinyl. Larian Studios has an album out soon.

Baldur’s Gate 3 gets a vinyl soundtrack, a move sure to appease that one guy in the coffee shop who won’t stop motioning for you to take off your headphones. Just announced from Larian Studios, there will be two different triple vinyl versions of the Baldur’s Gate 3 soundtrack. Now you won’t have to get the Deluxe Edition of the game to get your hands on a physical version of the soundtrack.

You can, as of today, pre-order the Standard or Limited Edition of the vinyl soundtrack. Both editions are so packed full of music, that the soundtrack takes three whole records to contain it in its entirety.

Baldur’s Gate 3 Soundtrack Goes Vinyl

Relive the adventure on vinyl with the complete soundtrack to Larian Studios’ critically acclaimed video game Baldur’s Gate 3. Produced by Gamemusic Records and presented across three LPs, this box set contains the stirring compositions of award-winning composer Borislav Slavov, meticulously remastered for vinyl, and features hand-painted cover artwork infused with hues of ceremorphosis purple and green.

And these LPs are absolutely gorgeous. The 3 LPs come in antistatic sleeves, and the jacket has been graced with luscious paintings from Magdalena Katańska, and of course, you’ll get all the music. But just look at these records, they’re a visual feast as well as an audio one.

Or if you really want to be indulgent, the Limited Edition cranks up the aesthetic vibes to a natural 20:

Produced by Gamemusic Records, each sleeve in this three-record box set features meticulously crafted portraits of characters from the game – Astarion, Gale, Lae’zel, Shadowheart, Karlach, and Wyll – hand-painted by artist Magdalena Katańska. A booklet featuring the piano score of one of the game’s famous tracks is also included.

Just look at how gorgeous these are. Here’s Karlach in record form:

You can basically hear the strings starting to pluck right now. And you don’t even have to create a character to do it.

Down, down, down by the river.


Author: J.R. Zambrano
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