No Man’s Sky, scheduled for release on, has been hotly anticipated ever since its mysterious debut at E3 three years ago.
There are still a lot of unanswered questions, but one more piece of the puzzle is in place: the soundtrack. The UK instrumental band, 65daysofstatic, will be providing music for the game, and will be releasing a full soundtrack titled No Man’s Sky: Music for an Infinite Universe on June 17.
The band is still working on the in-game music, which in keeping with the themes of exploration and procedural generation, will be tightly woven into the game engine.
The stand-alone soundtrack will encompass ten tracks of music and a selection of six soundscapes. It will be available for purchase and streaming digitally, and if you’re a bit more old fashioned, you can grab it on.
The first track, Supermoon, is.