Gamescom 2013: Take A Guess Who’s Composing The Music For Beyond: Two Souls?
I’ll admit that despite my love of Quantic Dream and Heavy Rain, considering it to be the Game of the Year in 2010, I have been getting increasingly worried for Beyond: Two Souls after Iraq Warfare and, well, an apparent co-op mode. But just like that, my excitement and enthusiasm has doubled.
Why you ask? Because the music composers behind the game have been revealed. Take a guess who the duo is?
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Hans fucking Zimmer. The composer of Inception, The Dark Knight Trilogy and Man of Steel, is creating the music for Beyond: Two Souls, together with Assassin’s Creed III’s Lorne Balfe.
I’ll give you a moment to finish your orgasm.
According to Zimmer, his soundtrack will try to convey “what they can’t communicate in words in pictures.”
Balfe explains that “there’s no difference” between a movie and a game when it comes to creating soundtracks. “Trying to musically tell a story is the same process.”
You can hear some of the music, which sounds fantastic, in the above making-of video.