Audiophiles listen up: Sumthing Else has announced that they will release the original music score composed by Ed Lima and Duncan Watt, offering all of the music from the game in one conveniently packed CD. It is due out November 25 via retail stores and through digital download and iTunes.
The score has been composed by Ed Lima (Prey, Doom 3) and Duncan Watt (Need for Speed: ProStreet). Interestingly, no music had been featured during gameplay, but the score was composed to support the story, accompanying cut-scenes and menus in the game. It was recorded with the Filmharmonic Orchestra and Choir at the Dvorak Hall of Rudolfinum in Prague. Below is the track list:
- Main Theme
- The Story So Far
- Baker’s Dozen
- Double Time
- The First Bad News / Letters To Loved Ones
- For Matthew
- We Happy Fewer
- Eindhoven/Roadblocks/Frankie’s Choice
- Those We Lost
- Farewell Is Goodbye
Following the revelation of the game in a recent magazine article, Gearbox has upped the Brothers in Arms 3: Hell’s Highway website. The site currently offers two screenshots and an overview of the game, with a third screenshot being blurred – users will have to answer the given question to view the image.
Below are the first two screenshots:
Having already been revealed from last year’s Tokyo Game Show, Ubisoft and Gearbox have finally officially announced Brothers in Arms: Hell’s Highway, the second sequel to the WWII shooter series for the PS3 and PC.
Built on Unreal Engine 3, the squad-based WWII shooter will offer a redesigned online component, “compelling” story, authenticity and more. The game drops players into Operation Market-Garden, the largest airborne operation of World War II as Matt Baker, Joe Hartsock and the rest of the 101st Airborne Division fight to bring about a quick end to the war.
Brothers in Arms 3 is scheduled for release this Holiday season.