November 27th, 2022 at 5:00 p.m. by Susanne Braun – Although WoW: Dragonflight will only be released on November 29, 2022 at 00:01 a.m. in this country, if you are already in the mood to get in the mood for the new adventure on the Dragon Islands, you can already now listen to the sounds of an ancient and for us completely new world. Because you can now find the WoW: Dragonflight soundtrack on Spotify and Apple Music (US).
Do you want to take a little mental journey to the new continent before the official release of WoW: Dragonflight on November 29, 2022? Then the folks at Blizzard have just the thing for you, as the Dragon Isles soundtrack has already been released on Spotify and Apple Music (US). Means that you can already make a journey in your imagination to a long-forgotten world that is still completely new for you.
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What do you think it sounds like in the valleys and heights of the Awakening Coast? What music whispers through the plains of Ohn’ahra? Does the orchestral accompaniment of the Azure Mountains clink like the cold of the region – or does it rather load with cozy campfire vibes? And what kind of background music awaits you during the adventures in Thaldraszus? You can now get an impression of this for yourself.
Soundtrack von WoW: Dragonflight im Stream
From now on you can find the Dragonflight soundtrack on the popular music streaming service Spotify and give it to yourself there. It can also be found in the US Apple Music, but not yet in the German store. The same applies to Amazon Music, where we have searched in vain so far. But WoW fans wouldn’t be WoW fans if they didn’t use their crafty tricks; You can listen to seven hours of Dragonflight music in the WoWHead video.
Fear not, the soundtrack, written by Carsen Lundgren, Catherine Nguyễn, Charlotte Pyle, David Arkenstone, Derek Duke, Glenn Stafford, Jake Lefkowitz, Jason Hayes, and Neal Acree, is itself only a little over two hours long – eh however, of course, there is already a board.