The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Soundtrack Is Now Available on Vinyl

The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Soundtrack Is Now Available on Vinyl

Exclusive four-LP set from ThinkGeek.

As if the game itself hadn't had enough re-releases by now, the orchestral soundtrack to The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim is now available in another format. This time, in a limited edition vinyl LP set.

Billed as "Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim - Ultimate Edition," this set is exclusively available via ThinkGeek and will run you $79.99 for the whole thing. There are four LPs in total here, each beautifully crafted with a white and black design. Better still, one of the LPs features a laser-etched Skyrim dragon logo burned in there, making it an even more idealistic collector's piece.

The whole set features 52 officially licensed songs from composer Jeremy Soule, as featured in the game of course. All the LPs arrive inside a quad-fold jacket featuring illustrations from the game's concept art.

This one is truly for the Skyrim die-hard fans out there, but it's one of the better pieces of Elder Scrolls merchandise we've seen to date. Whether you're more of a fantasy fan or a vinyl collector, this one walks the line quite nicely.

Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Ultimate Edition Exclusive Vinyl Box Set for $79.99 from ThinkGeek

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