It has been revealed that Fallout 4 will have a total of 65 different songs on it's soundtrack. All of the 65 tracks on the soundtrack have been composed by Inor Zur specifically for the Fallout 4 game. The main menu music for Fallout 4 was already revealed before, but a lot of the music in the soundtrack has not yet been heard.
On top of revealing the 65 tracks on the Fallout 4 soundtrack, Bethesda has put up the soundtrack on iTunes for $16. So far, Bethesda has not revealed any plans to publish the soundtrack on other places, such as Soundcloud, Spotify, TIDAL, YouTube, Google Play Music or other spaces. That isn't to say that Bethesda won't publish the soundtrack on somewhere other than iTunes, but for right now, the only space to get it is on iTunes.
Whilst the full soundtrack costs $15.99, if you would like to, you can purchase separate tracks for $0.99 each - if you'd just like your favorite tracks, such as the main menu theme, then you'll be able to save some cash by only purchasing the tracks you'd like to hear. Alternatively, you could wait for the release of Fallout 4 and hear the music in the game as you play through it.
Fallout 4 is set for release on November 10. Once released, the game will be available for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC. Will you be playing Fallout 4 on launch day?