Papo & Yo is on its way to the PC shortly from TriplePoint client Minority, but not for another two weeks. Thankfully, Minority is offering a bit of good news to make up for this interminable wait, so we don’t all turn to frog-eating in order to cope with our problems. If you pre-order the game before it comes out on the 18th, you’ll save 10%, and Minority will throw in a copy of the Papo & Yo soundtrack, totally free.
Want to hear what that would sound like? There’s a sample track right over here to soothe your ear-holes. If you already have the game (for PS3, for example), the soundtrack is also going to go on sale by itself via iTunes soon.
From the press release:
Starting today through the PC launch on April 18, 2013, gamers can pre-order the game to receive 10 percent off the $14.99 purchase price and a free copy of the wildly popular Papo & Yo original soundtrack (OST).
The Papo & Yo soundtrack, which has been recognized by critics as a key element of the game’s unique, magical setting, will also be released later this month on iTunes and other popular digital distribution platforms for $5.99. Created by composer and sound designer Brian D’Oliveira of La Hacienda Creative, the soundtrack features traditional instruments and recordings taken directly from the jungles of South America.
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