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Bethesda Releases Seven New Video Game Soundtracks On iTunes

Posted on Thursday, January 31 @ 11:14:28 PST by Keri_Honea

Bethesda announced via their blog today that seven, SEVEN previously unreleased soundtracks from their most popular games are now available via iTunes. A few soundtracks were available once before through Bethesda's game sites, such as the soundtrack for Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, but none have been available so publicly before. Unfortunately, if you hate iTunes with a passion, then you aren't going to be very happy, as all soundtracks are currently available via iTunes only.
The most exciting release in this bunch is the soundtrack for Dishonored, which has an amazing soundtrack that could not be found for purchase anywhere. The closest that was in existence was a YouTube playlist, which is hardly the same as enjoying the actual soundtrack. But now my ears are happy, my wallet is far lighter, and yours can be too.
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