Bandai Namco Europe has launched the Bandai Namco Music Label, which will publish original soundtracks and scores from a number of the studio's games.
The label has published two albums so far -- music from Elden Ring which came out earlier this month, and music from Tales of Arise, which releases today.
In a statement, Bandai called music a "core component of the gaming experience," and said that it aims to "bring video game music to as many listeners as possible."
Bandai is not the first to launch a music label recently -- in August, French publisher Microids unveiled Microid Records in order to release soundtracks from its own games.
Last month, Bandai also announced that is working on a live-action move adaption of Pac-Man alongside film company Wayfarer Studios.