iam8bit and Activision have just revealed that Infinite Warfare and Zombies in Spaceland will be getting their very own limited edition Vinyl soundtracks at the end of the year. The soundtrack retails for $35.00(U.S.) and preorders will be starting at Call of Duty XP and also on their web site..

The limited edition iam8bit Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare soundtrack vinyl, with music by composer Sarah Schachner, features exclusive album art by illustrator Chris Skinner. The set includes 2xLP picture discs with music mastered specifically for vinyl and the digital soundtrack for listening on-the-go.

The iam8bit Call of Duty: Zombies is Spaceland soundtrack vinyl, with 80’s pop synth inspired music by the Infinity Ward team, features David Hasselhoff’s enigmatic DJ character on the cover. Pressed on a 10-inch UFO picture disc record, the soundtrack also includes the digital edition.


Full Press Release:

Infinity Ward has teamed up with renowned Los Angeles based production company iam8bit to produce extremely limited editions of the Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare and Call of Duty: Zombies in Spaceland soundtracks on vinyl. Both soundtracks, each sold separately, will become available for pre-order on Friday, September 2 via web site and at Call of Duty XP 2016. Both soundtracks are estimated to ship in the fourth quarter of 2016. 

The limited edition iam8bit Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare soundtrack vinyl, with music by composer Sarah Schachner, features exclusive album art by illustrator Chris Skinner. The set includes 2xLP picture discs with music mastered specifically for vinyl and the digital soundtrack for listening on-the-go.

The iam8bit Call of Duty: Zombies is Spaceland soundtrack vinyl, with 80’s pop synth inspired music by the Infinity Ward team, features David Hasselhoff’s enigmatic DJ character on the cover. Pressed on a 10-inch UFO picture disc record, the soundtrack also includes the digital edition.

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  1. To me, the only one even remotely worth getting is the 80’s ZIS record with Hasselhoff on the cover. Looks pretty rad

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