Yesterday marked the first birthday of the Nintendo Switch and The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. To celebrate this occasion, Nintendo has announced that a limited edition soundtrack collection, which will feature all 211 original songs from the game, will be released on April of this year, in Japan.
This special edition soundtrack will include every song that is currently in the game, including those from the recent DLC packs, Champions’ Ballad and The Master Trials. Furthermore, the collection will also feature the two songs showcased at the E3 2014 trailer and the 2017 Nintendo Switch presentation. You can check out some images of the limited-edition soundtrack below.
Lastly, the limited edition collection will distribute all the songs on five CDs, and will also include a Play Button music player that is loaded with field tracks from the Legend of Zelda series. Unfortunately, songs on the Play Button music player are permanent, so users cannot remove or add new songs to it. The Limited edition collection will be priced at ¥7,000 (est. $66). On the other hand, the standard edition will just include the five CDs and will be priced at ¥5,000 (est. $48) .
Currently, both editions are already available for pre-order, with a release date on April 25. As of now, Nintendo hasn’t announced an international release, or if there are even plans on doing one.
What do you think of the Limited Edition Breath of the Wild Soundtrack? How was you experience with the game, one year after its release? Share your experiences in the comments below.