The released track lacks the parts of this full version from 0:17 to 0:32 and from 2:40 to 3:10 of the timeline (so, it is 45 seconds longer). At least this track has an ending in the released album (sure it's also here). The track consists of loop 1, transition and loop 2.
Released track structure: 0:00 – loop 1 (with cut piece), 1:28 – transition, 1:58 - loop 2 (with 30 seconds cut in the middle). Complete track structure: 0:00 – loop 1, 1:43 – transition, 2:14 - loop 2. Extended track structure: 0:00 – loop 1, 1:43 – loop 1, 3:26 – transition, 3:57 - loop 2, 5:25 - loop 2.
DOWNLOAD this full compilation in FLAC and MP3: You will find the download links to all versions of Dark Souls III Extended Soundtrack in one of this playlist's videos description. Sorry for this inconvenience, but you're the ones, who can help me spreading this music for more and more people. The more views videos have and the more videos are popular, the more people will have an opportunity to find this compilation and download it. So, please, don't be mad, consider this as your repayment for my work and your help to this channel. And please, enjoy the music.
Full playlist: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0vjgq9QgChg&index=1&list=PLiVSF2AAhkqc5b7vT1usmzV6iuuDNAQZs (download links for the whole compilation you will find in one of these videos description).
"Dark Souls III Extended Original Soundtrack" is a compilation of the tracks from the game, extended in a way they play in the game. If some environmental tracks or menu tracks just cycled, the boss themes is another story: almost all boss fights have two phases and there is a unique music to every phase, that is cycled. When a boss switches to his second phase, the music switches as well and another music piece becomes a loop,that is cycled during the second phase. So here, in this compilation, you will find all these tracks play in the same way.
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