Rockstar isn’t done making money just yet, after earning more than $1 billion in its first week and making Grand Theft Auto V the fastest selling game of all time, its only right to release the soundtrack. ‘The Music of Grand Theft Auto V Collection’ spans across three albums with a total of 59 tracks.
The collection includes: the original game score, original music from artists and third party songs licensed for the game, available as a bulk buy or as individual albums. Volume one of the collection titled ‘Original Music’ has 18 tracks from various high profile and emerging artists. Volume two ‘The Score’ has 22 tracks, filled with the games original composures.
“GTAV is the first entry in the series to feature a dynamic original score composed and engineered to be completely responsive to the player’s actions within both missions and open world gameplay.”
Volume three ‘The Sountrack’ features songs from the 17 in-game radio stations compiled on to this 19 track album.
The Grand Theft Auto V Collection can be downloaded on Itunes now, each individual album costs £7.99, if you want the whole collection it’ll cost you £17.99 saving you nearly £6 over buying them individually. If you want to view the tracklist, it can be found here.
KitGuru Says: It’s easy to overlook the hard work put in to the music and sounds for a video game. That said, with so much effort going in to this release, from radio stations and sound effects to the original score, I’d be surprised if Rockstar didn’t release a soundtrack album. Did you enjoy the music in GTA V? Are you thinking of buying the soundtrack?