Bethesda is bringing the music of Skyrim, Rage and a handful of other titles to iTunes, the developer announced today.
Fans of the Elder Scrolls franchise and recent release Dishonored, Polygon's #2 Game of the Year, can buy these games original soundtracks directly through the iTunes Store:
- Dishonored Original Game Soundtrack, composed by Daniel Licht and Norman, Kim and Claudia Olachea, for $9.99
- The Elder Scrolls 3: Morrowind Original Game Soundtrack, composed by Jeremy Soule, for $9.99
- The Elder Scrolls 4: Oblivion Original Game Soundtrack, composed by Jeremy Soule, for $9.99
- The Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim Original Game Soundtrack, composed by Jeremy Soule, for $15.99
- Fallout 3 Original Game Soundtrack, composed by Inon Zur, for $11.99
- Fallout: New Vegas Original Game Soundtrack, composed by Inon Zur, for $11.99
- Rage Original Game Soundtrack, composed by Rod Abernethy, for $9.99
It's worth noting that the Dishonored soundtrack includes the full version of duo Copilot Strategic Music + Sound's "Drunken Whaler," currently the most popular track off the album.
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