Wizard of Legend: The Complete Soundtrack

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oprainfall | Wizard of Legend: Complete Soundtrack


Scarlet Moon Records and Materia Collective are excited to announce the premium physical edition of Wizard of Legend: The Complete Soundtrack and Piano Collections: Wizard of Legend albums. The new physical premium edition includes both albums (on two separate discs). It also comes with a physical and digital sheet music book (to accompany Piano Collections: Wizard of Legend), a 20-page interviews and commentary book, and a bonus track (“Smoldering Ember”) that is exclusive to the physical CD set. It all comes in a nice, artwork-adorned slipcase. The physical versions of these albums will be available in limited quantities, so pre-order as soon as you can!

According to the press release, the sheet music book is already available now in .PDF format. Copies of the premium physical version of the soundtrack will ship just in time for the game’s physical release (August 2020) on the Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4 consoles.


The Wizard of Legend: The Complete Soundtrack album includes all of the music from the game, a beat-’em-up roguelike. Here is the track list, which contains 17 tracks in total:

  1. Wizard of Legend (Title)
  2. Lanova’s Treasures (Museum)
  3. Prepare for Chaos (Plaza)
  4. Freiya’s Cage (Ice)
  5. Atlas’s Terrace (Earth)
  6. Zeal’s Forge (Fire)
  7. Shuu’s Spire (Air)
  8. Blinded by Night (Lightning)
  9. Arcane Refuge (Home)
  10. Duel (Boss) 03:16
  11. Duel of Legend (Final Boss)
  12. Magical Merrymaking (Ending)
  13. Legendary Deeds (Credits)
  14. Conjurer’s Call (Debut Trailer)
  15. Wizard’s Wail (Launch Trailer)
  16. Seer’s Siren (Sky Palace Trailer)
  17. Sorcerer’s Snarl (Thundering Keep Trailer)


Wizard of Legend | Piano Collections


Meanwhile, the Piano Collections: Wizard of Legend album contains 11 brand new performances by AYAKI. He is known for his jazzy arrangements, including music from Etrian Odyssey, PersonaQ, and Prescription for Sleep: Game Music Lullabies. He has worked this same treatment on the music of Wizard of Legend in the album, which also includes an original theme by AYAKI, called “Realizing One’s Potential”. This theme was inspired by a wizard’s quest to go forth, overcome obstacles, and finally to prove themselves in the Chaos Trials.

Piano Collections: Wizard of Legend sheet music book


Scarlet Moon producer Jayson Napolitano commented about the physical CD set:

“We’ve had a lot of requests for a physical soundtrack from fans, and we thought lining up with the physical release of the game on Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4 would be the perfect time to pursue this. We couldn’t have found a better physical product design and manufacturing partner than Materia Collective and we’re looking forward to getting this truly premium collection into the hands of fans this summer.”

About Michael Fontanini

Michael is a veteran gamer in his late 30s, who grew up around video games, with fond memories of the oldies like the NES, SNES, and N64 among others. He loves Nintendo, but also plays a lot of games on his PC. Michael also enjoys going for walks/bike rides, loves animals, and enjoys thunderstorms (and science in general).

I love Nintendo but I also play a lot of game's on PC, many of which are on steam. My favorite Nintendo game's include Zelda, Metroid, and Smash Bros to name a few. On PC I love the Half-Life games, as well as most all of the Source Engine games just to name a few.