The breakdown of alliances and rise of conflict are tragedies, but if there's one thing RPGs can do, it's making these brutal affairs sound good. Triangle Strategy is no different, at least based on our time with the demo, and if you enjoyed it as well, you're in luck. Square Enix opened pre-orders for the Triangle Strategy soundtrack on the official Square Enix store.
The orchestral accompaniment to Team Asano's tactics game will set you back $42.99 and should release March 9, pending unexpected delays. That's almost a week after Triangle Strategy releases on March 4, so if you pick up the game at launch, you'll have some time to decide whether the full soundtrack is for you or not.
Bring the Sounds of War Home with the Triangle Strategy Soundtrack
It's a hefty soundtrack as well, with 4 discs of compositions from Fullmetal Alchemist and Gundam composer Akira Senju.
We've seen and heard little about Triangle Strategy since Square Enix acknowledged user feedback after the demo, but there might be a reason for that. RPGSite reports that Team Asano has multiple games planned for release in 2022, and we know absolutely nothing about any of them yet.
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