Minecraft Dungeons releases full 'Howling Peaks' DLC soundtrack on Spotify

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What you need to know

  • Minecraft Dungeons is the co-op focused ARPG spin-off of Minecraft from Mojang Studios.
  • The game is about to release its third major expansion with Howling Peaks, coming on December 9.
  • To celebrate the DLC's impending launch, Mojang Studios has released the Howling Peaks soundtrack on Spotify.
  • There's 1 hour and 48 minutes of music spread across 32 tracks, available right now for free.

One of the Best Xbox Cloud Gaming (Project xCloud) Games, the co-op focused ARPG Minecraft Dungeons, is preparing to launch its third major DLC expansion with Howling Peaks. The Howling Peaks will release December 9, 2020, and will add a new area, boss, mobs, gear, and more to the steadily growing Minecraft spin-off. To celebrate the one-week lead-up to Howling Peaks, Minecraft Dungeons is releasing the Minecraft Dungeons: Howling Peaks Original Game Soundtrack on Spotify.

The soundtrack is free and available to all listeners and includes 1 hour and 48 minutes of music split across 32 tracks, all of them composed by the talented Peter Hont. Minecraft Dungeons has had typically great soundtrack music thus far, expected from the Minecraft brand, and Howling Peaks looks to continue that trend with tons more great music to listen to here. Of course, players will be able to hear all of this awesome music once Howling Peaks releases next week, alongside a new Season Pass.

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Zachary Boddy
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