Fallout 76: A Veteran Will Compose Its Soundtrack!

This person was already behind Fallout‘s music as early as 2001, in Fallout: Brotherhood of Steel.

Inon Zur, who was also nominated for a BAFTA award for his Fallout 3 soundtrack, is a veteran in the music composing scene. Baldur’s Gate II: Throne of Bhaal, Icewind Dale II, Crysis, Prince of Persia, Dragon Age: Origins, Dragon’s Dogma – just a few of the games he composed a soundtrack for, and he will return to one of his „homes,” the Fallout franchise (where he handled the soundtrack since Brotherhood of Steel).

He confirmed his role reprisal to Variety where he said that he worked together with Todd Howard (Fallout’s director) and Mark Lampert (the audio director) to make a „sophisticated and emotional score that takes the player on a whole new journey” with the help of Lyris String Quarter and the Budapest Film Orchestra.

„His work helps create that familiar Fallout’ sound that roots us in the series, but also sculpts and evolves that sound toward the elements that make Fallout 76 unique: working together to rebuild, looking to the future, and the dramatic, rolling landscape of West Virginia. We look forward to everyone getting the chance to enjoy this music and the game world as we did while putting it all together,” Lampert said.

Fallout 76‘s beta will come in October (first for Xbox One, then for PlayStation 4 and PC) before its November 14 release date on all three platforms.

Source: GameSpot

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