Bethesda has just confirmed that the composer known from his previous work in Fallout games, Inon Zur is coming back this time to write the soundtrack of the latest Fallout 76 which is going to release on November 24.
This is great news for all the fans who are familiar with his work in the games like Dragon Age: Origins, Prince of Persia and Fallout games New Vegas and Fallout Tactics: Brotherhood of Steel. If you haven’t then don’t worry because soon you will.
While talking to Variety recently, Inon Zur revealed that he has worked closely with Todd Howard and audio director, Mark Lampert to create new emotional and sophisticated music that will accompany the players towards a new journey in Fallout 76.
“With inspiration from game director Todd Howard and close collaboration with audio director Mark Lampert, I weaved a sophisticated and emotional score that takes the player on a whole new journey. To make the experience even more epic, we had the Budapest Film Orchestra perform and record the score, as well as the amazing Lyris String Quartet. I believe that this is one of my most unique scores to date and I can’t wait to share it with everyone.
“We’re very excited to have Inon Zur back as the composer for ‘Fallout 76,’” said Mark Lampert. “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.”
Fans are really happy to see Inon Zur back who created a masterpiece in Fallout 4 and even won the award for the best score back in 2015.
We are really excited to look forward to the music he will bring to our ears while playing Bethesda’s latest take on online multiplayer for the first time.
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