Hey guys, I’ve made some changes to the Epic Battle Fantasy soundtracks on Steam. Soundtracks used to be DLC, but now they are their own type of content, with the main difference being that they no longer require the base game to be owned. If you already own them, you may need to go to the soundtrack’s Steam store page and download them again.
With that in mind, I’ve increased the price of the EBF5 soundtrack from $5 to $10, and the BH2 soundtrack from Free to $10. The EBF3 and EBF4 soundtracks will continue to be free. The price changes are mainly to stop people getting the soundtracks for incredibly cheap, without needing to buy the games first.
I’ve also added two new bundles – EBF5 with the soundtrack, and BH2 with the soundtrack – so you get 20% off if you buy a game with the soundtrack, and this will combine with seasonal sales.
Here’s some other changes: • The EBF5 soundtrack now includes 3 new songs that were added to the game after the original launch. • Lots of metadata has been updated – some tracks weren’t numbered correctly, mentions of HalcyonicFalconX have been updated to Phyrnna. • Some EBF3 tracks weren’t in 320kbps, now all of them are. • The track “zomg Victory” was removed from the EBF4 soundtrack, because it’s a duplicate from the EBF3 soundtrack.
Buying Phyrnna’s music on Bandcamp is still the best way to support her, as she gets a much bigger cut over there, so keep that in mind too. And finally, if anyone feels scammed by these changes, please get in contact with me and I’ll sort it out.