18 Songs, 58 Minutes


Ratings and Reviews

5.0 out of 5
24 Ratings

24 Ratings

Crdavis ,

Journey into the Flow of ABZU

Its own kind of memorable; this is how I feel is best to describe ABZU's soundtrack. There are a number of stand-outs, but most of what you will hear leans towards ambiance. (Which is not bad!)

You won't likely have a melody in your head like Nascence and Apotheosis managed to do for many, but you also won't regret purchasing this soundtrack. Turn it on, close your eyes, and meditate.

Copee3124 ,

If the ocean had a soundtrack

This soundtrack perfectly suits this game and the wonder of the ocean. It's unsettling how certain instruments can make you feel emotions and paint a picture of an environment, which, in this case, would be the wonderful yet terrifying ocean. If you haven't played this game yet I'd strongly suggest you give three hours of your free time to play it through, it makes he soundtrack that much more immersive and impactful. Wonderfully composed.

Maolite ,

Austin Wintory has done it again.

When I saw that Giant Squid was developing a sort of spiritual sequel to Journey, I was excited. But it was discovering that Austin Wintory would be returning for ABZU's soundtrack that made me buy the game. So much of what made Journey a success has been translated excellently into both the gameplay and the music of Squid's latest game, both of which are powerful experiences on their own. You will not regret purchasing this album, and you will not regret purchasing ABZU.

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