Written by Andre McEachrane Thursday, 23 August 2012 10:57
With Bungie no longer involved with the halo series some may have been left wondering what would become of the series' score without Martin O'Donnell at the helm. Now you can you can get a taste of some of the tracks by the game's new composer Neil Davidge that have been posted here and here.
You will then be able to listen to the entire soundtrack when it is released on October 22. The soundtrack will be available in a standard edition which includes 15 tracks and will cost $13.98 for both the physical and digital versions. There will also be a 2-disc special edition which will include the standard version, a 14 track remix album, a behind the scenes "Making of the Halo 4 Music" DVD, a hardcover book with "composition notes from Davidge plus exclusive behind-the-scenes photos and exclusive artwork images," a 12 inch art print signed by Davidge, a vinyl record with Master Chief and Cortana on the cover and a special shirt for your Xbox Avatar. The entire package will run you $75.
Halo 4 is still set to release on November 6.