In news that totally slipped past us on the day of Xbox's big E3 2021 showcase last month, it was confirmed that Fallout composer Inon Zur will be providing the score for Bethesda's Starfield, set to release next year.
On his website, Zur shared his "admiration and appreciation to the incomparable creative visionary Todd Howard, audio director extraordinaire Mark Lampert, and the entire BGS family", as well as praising "their daring artistic ambition and the honor of entrusting me with scoring their next groundbreaking RPG experience."
Here's what Bethesda creative director Todd Howard had to say about Zur's involvement:
“One of the first things we start with on a project is the music. Our good friend and long-time collaborator Inon Zur has created a beautiful and wondrous score for Starfield. We can’t wait to share more.”
Zur has credits on all sorts of Fallout games in the past, including Fallout 3, Fallout 4, Fallout 76 and Fallout: New Vegas, and has also worked on the likes of BioWare's Dragon Age series, various Prince of Persia games, EverQuest and others. He most recently served as the composer for Square Enix's Outriders.
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