You Can Now Officially Download Doom 2016’s Soundtrack

Although the game has been out since May of this year, there’s been no way to officially get the soundtrack for the 2016 version of Doom. That all changes today, as the game’s official soundtrack can be downloaded.

The soundtrack can be downloaded from Google Play or from iTunes, where you can buy an individual track for $0.99 each or the whole soundtrack for $9.49 on Google Play ($9.99 on iTunes). If you prefer streaming your music rather than downloading it, you can also stream the soundtrack via Spotify. I recommend you check it regardless, since it’s an excellent soundtrack that fits in perfectly with an already solid game.

But that’s not all. To celebrate the official release of the game’s soundtrack, composer Mick Gordon released a new video for the appropriately titled “Rip and Tear”, which you can check out below. His channel also has a bunch of behind the scenes videos showing how he made the soundtrack, as well as music he did for other games, like Killer Instinct, so if you like what you hear, check it out. Doom is available now for the PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4.





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