The lights are on
From Henry Hatsworth to Madden, Gene Rozenberg has had a wild ride through the gaming industry. After the recent closure of 38 Studios and the cancellation of that team's MMO, Project Copernicus, Rozenberg traveled to Poland to become the audio lead on The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt. While previous videos throughout our month of coverage have offered hints of the new game's soundtrack, this interview is a good opportunity to learn about the audio team behind the upcoming release.
Watch the video below to learn who will be composing the game, the team's inspirations, and how the unfinished work of 38 Studios has helped inform the audio for The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt.
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I really want this game!
Soundtrack sounds great right now. And they are using Logic Pro, I'm a bit surprised! Good program!
Have the first two game's soundtracks. Will probably get this one too.
Oh, very nice... I've liked both games' soundtracks, although I do think I did like 1's and White Wolf's a bit better, so this is good news...
Every aspect of this game is going to be incredible.
I really hope that the music is fantastic. Music can really make a game amazing. i.e. Fallout 3.
Game music is sure becoming just as good as movie music as of late. Pretty nice.
Wow, I want that track at the end. Sounded gorgeous.
I have recently been playing KoA and I feel the soundtrack is sorta generic. Like I have heard it before. And I have had times were I am walking along and it is complete silence and no enimies. The world was so silent that I thought I had accidentally set on my remote and hit mute. I have been thinking of how I would want to do a soundtrack in my game some day, albeit I'm no composer, but I just think of how the most beloved video game music was the simplest. And you know what I want people to hear the music , not for it to be nice little backdrop. I know it is a support element w/I any media outside of the music genre itself but I miss having catchy enough tunes that you hum them when your not playing, the same way you hum to music. I think I'm gonna make a blog post about it on here.
Daaaaaamn, can't wait