Looking to further monetise its latest gaming hit, Rockstar has released the GTA 5 soundtrack, with The Music of Grand Theft Auto V available to download from iTunes now.
Compiled of three albums, The Music of Grand Theft Auto V collection, sees the game’s original tracks, score and third party tracklist available as individual downloads, or as a money saving trio.
“We're pleased to announce that The Music of Grand Theft Auto V, a trio of distinct albums from Grand Theft Auto V, are available on iTunes,” an official Rockstar spokesperson said in making the announcement.
Made up of a total of 59 tracks, the GTA 5 soundtrack collection sees audio from the game’s trailer included alongside a selection of songs which can be heard on the range of in-game radio stations as well as in cut scenes.
With the three GTA 5 soundtrack albums setting wannabe owners backs £7.99 each, the full compilation can be downloaded for £17.99, a bulk buy saving of almost £6.
Volume 1 of the GTA 5 soundtrack has been dubbed ‘Original Music’ and incorporates 18 brand new tracks from a range of high-profile and emerging artists. Volume 2, entitled ‘The Score’ sees 22 tracks of original composures made available for download.
“GTAV is the first entry in the series to feature a dynamic original score composed and engineered to be completely responsive to the player’s actions within both missions and open world gameplay,” the game’s makes have stated. “The score was composed in a one-time collaboration between a team of legendary producers and composers.”
The final volume of the The Music of Grand Theft Auto V collection sees the 17 in-game radio stations brought together to form one 19 track album.
Following last week’s long awaited GTA 5 release date, Rockstar confirmed that the game generated a staging $1 billion worth of sales in just three days, making it the biggest entertainment launch of all time. The game took $625 million in its first 24 hours on sale. A full tracklisting for The Music of Grand Theft Auto V can be found here.
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