What you need to know
- Right after Halo Infinite gets its first campaign gameplay reveal, we're finding out who's behind the game's epic soundtrack.
- The composer Gareth Coker, who scored for games like Ori and the Will of the Wisps is working with another composer to score the music for Halo Infinite.
- The other composer is Curtis Schweitzer, who worked on games like Starbound and many others.
- Halo has always been known for incredible soundtracks, and with such talent Halo Infinite shouldn't be any different.
After the Xbox Games Showcase, Gareth Coker, the composer for games like Ori and the Will of the Wisps and many others took to Twitter to reveal that he has been working with 343 Industries on the soundtrack for Halo Infinite, alongside composer Curtis Schweitzer, who is famous for working on games like Starbound and Interstellar Rift.
The talented cast shows that Halo Infinite should continue the powerful legacy past Halo titles have set, of having gorgoues and expansive soundtracks that rival any other game. Halo Infinite deserves no less, after a satisfying and beautiful gameplay reveal shows that 343i wants to give fans exactly what they want in a next-gen Halo experience.
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