As always, E3 this year was packed with new releases and revelations fans could expect for a variety of different video game franchises (If you missed our breakdown for the event, you can check it out here). Yet sometimes news surrounding the event can be swept under the radar, just like this piece of news.
The composer confirmed he would be working on the sci-fi game back in June on his website, stating he would be working with Bethesda once more. He expresses that he considers it to be an honour to work on the game’s score, adding that he admires and appreciates the entire team behind Bethesda for entrusting it to him.
Zur also describes his composition efforts as having a “unique, classical sci-fi direction” and you can hear a snippet of his work in the trailer released at E3, as well as the second trailer “The Journey Begins”, which teases concept art and behind-the-scenes footage.
The sentiments go both ways as Bethesda’s director and executive producer Todd Howard expressed Zur is a “good friend and long time collaborator” and describes what Zur has done so far for the game has been “beautiful and wonderous”, adding he cannot wait to share the score with the fans.
Inon Zur has composed the soundtracks for many epic games in the past: Baldur’s Gate 2, SOCOM 2, Dragon Age: Origins, and Fallout 4 just to name a few. Yet this will be his first plunder into AAA sci-fi, with Starfield already being compared to Halo, Mass Effect, and Destiny.
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