That Mondo is releasing The Last Of Us-related prints and records on Outbreak Day is almost tradition at this point – and this year is no different as they have opened up vinyl preorders for the soundtrack to The Last Of Us Part II.
The release will be a 2LP on 180g vinyl available in two color variants – a standard black variant and a orange and a blue color-in-color with splatter variant. It will be housed in a gatefold jacket with new artwork by Tula Lotay and will include an insert with liner notes by game director Neil Druckmann.
It is priced at $35 and the first (and as of this post sold-out) pressing will release in December, 2020, while a second pressing which is available now will ship in January, 2021. It can be preordered from Mondo here.
This release will contain Volume One of the The Last Of Us soundtrack with Volume Two being released sometime in 2019 (and not available to preorder yet). Together these two releases will have the same tracks as the ones previously available in the box set.
The release will be a 2LP and available on 180g green, white and blue swirl, and classic black vinyl. It will be housed in a gatefold jacket with new artwork by Sam Wolfe Connelly.
Mondo have announced at SDCC that they will be releasing John Paesano’s soundtrack to Naughty Dog’s upcoming Spider-Man game.
The release will be available on 180g 2LP in two color variants – a with one record on red and the other on blue & black swirl colored vinyl, and good old black vinyl. The release will feature new artwork by Craig Drake.
Today iam8bit announced that they will release the soundtrack to the Naughty Dogs’ newly released game Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End. The score is done by Henry Jackman and the release will feature new artwork by Ashley Wood.
The artwork will be revealed on May 12 at 9AM PDT where preorders will open as well.
This post will be updated with more specifics on this release as well as links to preorder after the reveal.
UPDATE 12/5: Preorders are now live. There’s two different variants (see images at further down). One is a green/black merge at $35 and the other is an “Avery Coin” picture disc at $40. The picture disc is limited to 500 copies.
The release have been mastered for vinyl by Lurssen Mastering and it is scheduled to ship in Q3, 2016.