Astro's Playroom's Soundtrack is Available Now to Stream

Astro's Playroom's Soundtrack is Available Now to Stream

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Gamers can now listen to Astro's Playroom's soundtrack wherever they go.

It has been announced that the soundtrack to Astro's Playroom is available now to stream and purchase (via Polygon). Composed by Kenneth C.M. Young, the 20-track soundtrack can be purchased at storefronts such as iTunes and Amazon Music for $10.99. The soundtrack can also be listened to on streaming services such as Spotify, Apple Music, Amazon Music, YouTube Music, and Tidal. You can see the full track listing for Astro's Playroom's soundtrack below: 

  1. "That The Way To Do It"
  2. "CPU Plaza"
  3. "I'm Your GPU"
  4. "SSD"
  5. "Follow Me (Into The Storm) [Playroom Remix]"
  6. "Botdi Beach"
  7. "Cooling Springs"
  8. "PlayStation Labo & Gatcha"
  9. "GPU Jungle (Powerup and Boss)"
  10. "SSD Speedway (Powerup and Boss)"
  11. "CPU Plaza (After Dark)"
  12. "They Don't Make'm Like They Used To"
  13. "CRT-Rex"
  14. "4K-Rex"
  15. "Let's Do This"
  16. "Goal"
  17. "Uplifting Little Number"
  18. "I Am Astro Bot [Playroom Remix]"
  19. "Memories of Play"
  20. "CPU Plaza (Mashup Overture)"

Astro's Playroom was developed by the team behind the critically acclaimed PS VR title ASTRO BOT: Rescue Mission. The game features four worlds, each one showcasing the features of the DualSense controller. As players control Astro, they will feel the world through the controller. Every step the player takes, every jump they make, and every enemy they defeat is expressed through the DualSense. Astro's Playroom features haptic feedback and use of the adaptive triggers on the controller, as well as Tempest 3D AudioTech on compatible headphones. As players go through the game's world, they will find many hidden references to PlayStation console history, and can collect timeless artifacts to display in their PlayStation Labo. 

Astro's Playroom is available now for the PlayStation 5. The game is free. 

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