Seven Bethesda Soundtracks Now Available on iTunes

Say what you will about the quality of Bethesda's games: one thing that's undeniable is that someone up high has excellent taste in music. The scores for The Elder Scrolls and Fallout series were composed by videogame music legends Jeremy Soule and Inon Zur.

Unfortunately for videogame music buffs, most Bethesda-published titles' soundtracks have been noticeably absent from iTunes. Getting your hands on Skyrim's soundtrack involved buying the whopping 4-disc physical soundtrack. The good news is that it's now available in its entirety on iTunes for only $15.99, along with Morrowind, Oblivion, Fallout 3, Fallout: New Vegas, Dishonored, and RAGE's soundtracks:

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  • damianrobertjones
    I don't use iTunes and never will so it's a shame that 'anything' is limited by only being on iTunes.
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  • after a while of playing TES series i actually found myself turning the music off because its so annoying andrepetatie.
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  • Also available on YouTube.

    Also Skyrim DLCs Xbox exclusive for 30 days, so go to hell Bethesda.
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  • What? Bethesda just released these tracks to iTunes? I feel like they could have made so much more money by releasing the tracks with the games
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