Sound Shapes has received a ton of support since it released with the addition of new levels and (seemingly) countless DLC packs. Now all that downloadable goodness is getting bundled into one package, and it’s called Sound Shapes Ultimate Bundle.

The new bundle will feature the game plus all of the playable DLC that has been released thus far. In addition, they are releasing two new add-on packs that will be included, or can be purchased separately for $0.99. Or if you already own the game, you can get the Add-On Bundle which features all of the DLC released so far but does not include the game.

The new packs consist of the Lizzywanders art pack which features original artwork from Dutch artist Liselore Goedhart. You will be able to use elements from her unique art in the level editor to create your own masterpiece.

Also announced was the Future Funk 3000 sound pack which features five new funky music loops along with five new trophies to earn. Take a peak at the new levels in the trailer.

And if that wasn’t enough, there are two new features being added to the game. The first is a Daily Level which will bring a new challenge to players each and every day. There will also be a leaderboard for each challenge so you can see how you stack up against other players.




The second feature is the addition of a difficulty rating system so you can rate user created levels based on how challenging they are. This is a great way to curate the over 30,000 user created levels to find the one that is just right for you.

The Sound Shapes Ultimate Bundle is now available in North America for $19.99, with the Add-On Bundle going for $9.99.

Right now through October 20th however, both bundles are on sale; bringing the prices down to $12.79 and $7.99 respectively for PS+ subscribers, with the Ultimate Bundle on sale for $15.99 to everyone.

So what are you waiting for, you’ve got some buying and playing to do!

  • Buckybuckster

    Great to see that they are supporting the game so far out from it’s release. This is DLC done right. Quite unlike the DLC offerings from the F2P class of games.

    • aros

      Agreed, I may well pick up the art packs.

  • nonscpo

    Huh well I’ll be that certainly looks quite colorful!