Download the entire Torchlight II Soundtrack now, for free

Torchlight 2 OST

By on September 19, 2012 at 8:00 am

It’s a good time to be a game-soundtrack lover — first the Black Mesa: Source soundtrack is finally out (throw the man some money, I did) and it’s totally excellent (after all these years of listening to the excerpts over and over) and now, Runic Games have released the entire Torchlight II soundtrack for free.

The 120 MB soundtrack consists of 28 tracks by Matt Uelman, one of gaming’s most excellent sound designers and composers who was also responsible for sound design on the original Diablo (Ah! That Tristam theme!) as well as Diablo II, and the original StarCraft. You can download it for yourself from our file library.

Source: Torchlight II (thanks, Bane)

3 comments (Leave your own)

Coincidentally, Humble Indie Bundle 6 is out (http://www.humblebundle.com/) and has the original Torchlight (Windows, Mac, Linux and DRM free) plus its OST.

 

I really appreciate GON uploading these game soundtracks, i love them, the more the merrier, i downloaded the black mesa sound track and I am going to download this one as well

 

zakynthos:
I really appreciate GON uploading these game soundtracks, i love them, the more the merrier, i downloaded the black mesa sound track and I am going to download this one as well
Same :D

 
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