The official soundtrack of No Man's Sky is coming to all territories just before the launch of the game. No Man's Sky: Music for an Infinite Universe has been composed by UK instrumental group 65daysofstatic, who revealed the news today.
The group spent over a year composing the game's ambient music, which includes ten original tracks and another collection of six "soundscapes." These are being fed into the game using variable loops, sound textures, and melodies to create a "self-generating soundtrack" that complements the game's staggering number of locations.
The album is being released by Laced Records on June 17, and will be available for purchase and streaming at all major digital music retailers. The first full track, "Supermoon," has been released on SoundCloud to mark the announcement. For more on No Man's Sky's soundtrack, check out our video interview with 65daysofstatic, or click the banner below to see all of our No Man's Sky features.