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Elder Scrolls, Fallout and other Bethesda soundtracks now on iTunes

Alexander Sliwinski, @Sliwinski
January 31, 2013
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Now that's what we call Dragonborn music, Vol. 1. Bethesda Softworks has released seven of its game soundtracks to the mom and pop record shop known as "iTunes."

The Elder Scrolls soundtracks, all composed by Jeremy Soule, include Morrowind and Oblivion for $9.99 each, while Skyrim asks an imperial premium at $15.99.

Fallout 3 and Fallout: New Vegas, both by Inon Zur, are $11.99 apiece. Daniel Licht's soundtrack for Dishonored and Rod Abernethy's RAGE are $9.99 each.

If you're trying to use the Elder Scrolls tracks in a surreal experience, try playing them on your iPod while walking around a city. Everything's so ... majestic.

Gallery: Bethesda Softworks Game Soundtracks (Album Covers) | 7 Photos








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