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I want dem sweet sweet sea shanties!!!
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The soundtrack is included with the Obsidian edition. Download the goodies, it will be in there.
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Hickory: The soundtrack is included with the Obsidian edition. Download the goodies, it will be in there.
I got the Pillars of Eternity II - Digital edition pledge which also includes the soundtrack. I just presume the soundtrack in that separate GOG release is also identical to the soundtrack DLC?
The MP3 download is measured with 225MB and the FLAC with 1400MB.
Can someone confirm this please if those are the same?

I know it is difficult for GOG to keep track of all varying versions of one and the same article when they are released in various bundles or individual releases. But I hope one day they get a grip on that challenge.
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Bearhug_at: The MP3 download is measured with 225MB and the FLAC with 1400MB.
Can someone confirm this please if those are the same?
Obsidian Edition comes with:

Digital Soundtrack (MP3) 225 MB
Digital Soundtrack (FLAC) 1400 MB
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Bearhug_at: The MP3 download is measured with 225MB and the FLAC with 1400MB.
Can someone confirm this please if those are the same?
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Ilona: Obsidian Edition comes with:

Digital Soundtrack (MP3) 225 MB
Digital Soundtrack (FLAC) 1400 MB
Thank you for the confirmation. So the 'Complete Pillars Bundle' of the PoE2 KS is identical with the Obsidian edition, incl. the Explorer Pack & the soundtrack DLC.
So I can ignore simply all DLC's except the newer ones which came out after the release which would be:
- Seeker, Slayer, Survivor
- Beast of Winter
- Forgotten Sanctum (Nov 2018)
I wish GOG would not display the soundtrack as not owned but at least you confirmed that it is included.

Спаси́бо, Ilona
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Ilona: Obsidian Edition comes with:

Digital Soundtrack (MP3) 225 MB
Digital Soundtrack (FLAC) 1400 MB
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Bearhug_at: Thank you for the confirmation. So the 'Complete Pillars Bundle' of the PoE2 KS is identical with the Obsidian edition, incl. the Explorer Pack & the soundtrack DLC.
So I can ignore simply all DLC's except the newer ones which came out after the release which would be:
- Seeker, Slayer, Survivor
- Beast of Winter
- Forgotten Sanctum (Nov 2018)
I wish GOG would not display the soundtrack as not owned but at least you confirmed that it is included.

Спаси́бо, Ilona
Same here, just bought the obsidian edition and i thought for a moment that it was a new soundtrack that they released.
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Ilona: Obsidian Edition comes with:

Digital Soundtrack (MP3) 225 MB
Digital Soundtrack (FLAC) 1400 MB
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Bearhug_at: Thank you for the confirmation. So the 'Complete Pillars Bundle' of the PoE2 KS is identical with the Obsidian edition, incl. the Explorer Pack & the soundtrack DLC.
So I can ignore simply all DLC's except the newer ones which came out after the release which would be:
- Seeker, Slayer, Survivor
- Beast of Winter
- Forgotten Sanctum (Nov 2018)
I wish GOG would not display the soundtrack as not owned but at least you confirmed that it is included.

Спаси́бо, Ilona
I finally purchased Pillars of Eternity 2 (Obsidian Edition), and noticed after installing that the soundtrack was indeed an "available upgrade" - the only one. I thought it was odd, given the Obsidian Edition included everything. I came to the forums to see if this was an ongoing issue. I now realize that the soundtrack files are in fact in our downloads section for the game, but GOG.com... could you please flag this as purchased for those who have actually purchased this?

And how about adding the game manual to the downloads section? As you have everything there, EXCEPT the manual, which can be found here easily enough:
https://support.obsidian.net/article/29-where-can-i-find-the-game-manual
... buy one shouldn't have to go looking for it elsewhere.

Thanks :)
Post edited June 26, 2019 by menace97