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Far Cry 4’s soundtrack also available digitally, physical release coming later


We forgot to mention yesterday, but add Far Cry 4 to this week’s already-packed lineup of new game soundtracks.

Far Cry 4 represents the series’ first foray on to the new consoles. The dark and emotional soundtrack is composed by Cliff Martinez, former drummer for the Red Hot Chili Peppers and composer for the films Drive and Spring Breakers.

Fans can pick up a digital version of Far Cry 4‘s soundtrack right now on iTunes, but audiophiles may want to hold on for a bit. A limited 2-CD edition will be available on December 2 in North America and on December 9 in Europe. The soundtrack will also be available on vinyl, with a limited 3-LP edition released in January 2015.


Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare and Assassin’s Creed Unity soundtracks out today

Two major digital releases dropped today, kicking off what is sure to be a month of significant soundtracks. Both Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare and Assassin’s Creed: Unity soundtracks are out right now.


CoD: AW‘s soundtrack features the one-and-only Harry Gregson-Williams and Audiomachine, for a total of 46 tracks. You can get it from both iTunes and Amazon MP3.


The AC Unity soundtrack comes in two volumes – Volume 1 from composer Chris Tilton and Volume 2 from Sarah Schachner. Both volumes are $10.99 on iTunes and combine for 51 tracks of beautiful Assassin’s Creed music. Tilton has worked on the SimCity franchise, Black, and the TV show Fringe, while Schachner has worked on a number of Ubisoft projects including Assassin’s Creed: Black Flag and Far Cry 3.


Fract OSC soundtrack available for preorder


Montreal-based indie developer Phosfied Systems announced today that their musical exploration game Fract OSC will officially be getting a soundtrack release on April 22, 2014.

The soundtrack is composed by artist Mogi Grumbles, and heavily features synthesizers and other cool electronic sounds.

Fans of TRON will definitely appreciate the art style as they play the game and create their own sounds. Players will even be able to save and export their own musical creations made using the game’s tools.

Both the soundtrack and the game are ready for preorder right now. You know what to do.


Bungie fires Halo composer Martin O’Donnell “without cause”

martyToday, composer Martin O’Donnell announced via Twitter that Bungie’s board of directors  terminated him “without cause” on April 11, 2014.

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A list of the latest soundtracks and where to buy them

Spring often sees a lull in major videogame releases, but that has not been the case this year. Some big games have occupied the last several weeks of gaming, and that means – you guessed – videogame soundtracks!

Here’s a quick roundup of some of most recent major soundtracks and where you can buy them. All of them are worth your listening time, so be sure to check these ones out:

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Irrational Games offers free music tracks from BioShock Infinite – Burial at Sea

burial at seaIrrational Games is offering up a collection of three songs from the BioShock Infinite: Burial at Sea DLC episodes from their website.

The three tracks, titled “Little Sisters’ Song”, “The Pie Song”, and “Old Man Winter Jingle” are available for free via Soundcloud right here. Hitting the link also provides a little insight on their creation from music director Jim Bonney.

Check out Gil’s excellent review of BioShock Infinite‘s soundtrack here, and let us know what you think of the music from the DLC.


Sumthing Digital to release Borderlands 2: Volume 2 Soundtrack

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Borderlands 2 has continued to receive an astounding amount of support since it was released in September, 2012. Downloadable content, Golden Keys, and soundtrack releases have complemented its extended life, a trend that will continue for just a bit longer with the Borderlands 2: Volume 2 soundtrack.

Vol. 2 of the official soundtrack features the return of each composer from Vol. 1 – Jesper Kyd, Raison Varner, Sascha Dikiciyan, and Cris Velasco, all with unreleased music that was previously only heard in certain areas of the game.

Fans hungry for more Borderlands 2 music, or excellent music missing from the original soundtrack, can preorder this one right now over at The official release date is April 15, the same date as the game’s last DLC pack.

Be sure to check out our in-depth look at some of the best tracks from the original soundtrack here, too.


Thief composer releases Composer’s Cut tracks on Soundcloud

ThiefSoundtrackIt’s been almost a month to the day since Thief  hit store shelves, along with the soundtrack by Luc St. Pierre. Now, fans looking to hear additional music from the original score can do so over at St. Pierre’s Soundcloud page, where several outtakes and in-game music tracks can be found.

The official score was already 20 tracks long with a runtime of almost 45 minutes, but these new Composer’s Cut tracks add an extra 17 tracks and 25 minutes. Fans looking to purchase these extra takes may be out of luck, though, as no announcements were made to release these tracks for purchase. But, at least you can hear them on Soundcloud!

Don’t forget to head on over to, iTunes, or Amazon to purchase this soundtrack, an stay tuned as well for an album review in the coming days.


The Last of Us, BioShock Infinite win big at 12th annual G.A.N.G. awards

gang_awardsThe Game Audio Network Guild held their 12th annual during GDC this year, honoring the outstanding creative, technical, and artistic audio achievement in the world of interactive entertainment. For newcomers, G.A.N.G. is a non-profit organization dedicated to advancement and recognition of game audio.

All entries for 2013 were voted and judged upon by members of G.A.N.G. and the game audio industry, while a 70-person committee decided on the finalists after hundreds of hours of listening, watching, playing, discussing, and conducting research.

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Telltale Games announces The Walking Dead: Season 2 soundtrack with free “In The Pines” track

walkingdeadclemTelltale Games has a special treat for anyone who finished the critically acclaimed second episode of The Walking Dead: Season Two.

The special track heard during the credits of A House Divided, called “In The Pines”, is currently free to download from Telltale’s Bandcamp page, and features Telltale’s longtime composer, Jared Emerson-Johnson. Interestingly enough, vocals were provided by the multi-talented Janel Drewis, who also works as an animator for the development team at Telltale.

“In The Pines” is a preview of what’s to come later this year, once The Walking Dead: Season 2 concludes. A full soundtrack is planned for release, so stay tuned for updates on any release date and price announcements.

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