Mass Effect 3: Citadel Soundtrack Released For Free

The release of Mass Effect 3′s Citadel DLC last week served as a final farewell to Commander Shepard and the crew of the Normandy, offering players one final chance to embark on an adventure with their favorite characters.

To that end, BioWare got the game’s main composers Sam Hulick, Cris Velasco, and Sascha Dikiciyan together to compose a score for the adventure, which the studio has since released for free to the fans.

To pick up the soundtrack, simply head on over to the BioWare Social Network and log into your Origin account. A set of instructions will appear with a link to the soundtrack, which contains 20 new tracks.

You don’t have to own the Citadel DLC to pick it up, but it’s worth playing through if you consider yourself a fan of the series.

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2 Comments on Mass Effect 3: Citadel Soundtrack Released For Free

Wankstain

On March 12, 2013 at 1:03 pm

Great, so now mindless fantoys and media puppets can fawn at what wonderful customer service BioWare provides.

Silverman

On March 13, 2013 at 5:08 am

Whoopee, now fanboys and media obeyers can once again fawn at BioWare’s “unprecedented levels of customer service” while ignoring how they lied, deceived, ignored, handwaved and patronised their way through the last twelve months.