Overwatch Soundtrack, Cities & Countries, Now Streaming
Blizzard Entertainment is not here to only offer high-quality gaming experience to players. Through Overwatch, they’re here to offer all kinds of entertainment. From new maps all the way to unique gameplay elements, expect Blizzard to deliver. With that, the developer just released a new free soundtrack for Overwatch, offering fans and players exclusive songs related to the cities and countries in the game.
Blizzard announced Overwatch’s new album on July 12 to coincide with the new ‘Sigma’s Maestro Challenge’. The new challenge is set to arrive later today, July 14, while the album entitled ‘Cities & Countries’ is now streaming. The soundtrack can be streamed for free on YouTube, Apple Music, Spotify, Deezer, and iTunes.
The album contains a total of 24 tracks. Each track represents one city and country in the fictional world of Overwatch. All in all, the songs amount to over 42 minutes of playback. Here’s the list of songs and their composers in chronological order.
- Opening – Derek Duke, Adam Burgess (0:28)
- Busan – Adam Burgess (2:04)
- Temple of Anubus – Derek Duke, Adam Burgess (2:00)
- Blizzard World – Adam Burgess, Jason Hayes (1:47)
- Eichenwarlde – Adam Burgess (1:05)
- Ayyuthaya – Adam Burgess (1:40)
- Oasis – Adam Burgess (2:23)
- Watchpoint Gibraltar – Derek Duke (1:05)
- Hollywood – Derek Duke, Adam Burgess (1:18)
- Hanamura – Derek Duke (1:54)
- Paris – Adam Burgess (2:33)
- Illios – Adam Burgess (1:36)
- King’s Row – Derek Duke (1:38)
- Route 66 – Derek Duke (1:23)
- Lijiang Tower – Derek Duke, Adam Burgess (1:29)
- Rialto – Adam Burgess (3:22)
- Dorado – Derek Duke, Adam Burgess (1:42)
- Nepal – Derek Duke (2:07)
- Chateau Gilliard – Derek Duke, Adam Burgess (1:29)
- Junkertown – Adam Burgess (0:54)
- Numbani – Derek Duke (1:12)
- Havana – Adam Burgess (2:53)
- Voskaya Industries – Derek Duke (1:55)
- Horizon Lunar Colony – Adam Burgess, Sam Cardon (1:58)
‘Cities & Countries’ isn’t the first Overwatch-inspired album by Blizzard. “Collector’s Edition Soundtrack” and the “Synaesthesia Auditiva” album previously released by Blizzard are still available for free streaming on all platforms, except Youtube.
Aside from musical content, Blizzard offers more free entertainment pieces to Overwatch fans. On the media tab of Overwatch’s official website, fans can find free short stories, comic books, artwork, wallpapers, and hero screenshots available for download.