Octopath Traveler II from Square Enix released last week worldwide for PS5, PS4, Nintendo Switch, and PC via Steam. Octopath Traveler II builds on the original with better visuals, more character interactions, and also more amazing new music from Yasunori Nishiki. A demo was made available recently for all platforms. Read my thoughts on the demo and how it scales across platforms here. Following the soundtrack announcement, the Octopath Traveler II Original Soundtrack is rolling out now on iTunes worldwide. It is currently available in Japan and Australia. Watch the Octopath Traveler II launch trailer below:
Octopath Traveler II Original Soundtrack on iTunes
Check it out on iTunes here. It is currently rolling out worldwide. If you can’t find it now, check for the previous Octopath albums and then click on Yasunori Nishiki’s artist page. It is priced at 4,500 Yen in Japan and $49.99 AUD in Australia.
Octopath Traveler II Original Soundtrack on Spotify and Apple Music
As of now, there are no plans for bringing the album to subscription services according to composer Yasunori Nishiki.
Octopath Traveler II demo download links
You can download the Octopath Traveler II demo here on Switch and on the PlayStation Store here for PS5 and here for PS4. The Octopath Traveler II Steam demo is live here. The demo will be playable for three hours.
Octopath Traveler II demo save data transfer to full game
Save data will also carry over to the full game which launches on February 24.
Octopath Traveler II is out now for PS5, PS4, Nintendo Switch, and PC via Steam. Check it out on Steam here.