Elden Ring composer on creating the game’s score #MusicMonday
The Elden Ring soundtrack was just released on streaming services. The 67 tracks perfectly elevate the sprawling fantasy epic.
In the announcment post from Sony, Tsukasa Saito discusses the creation process and a few notable tracks.
The song I’m the most emotionally attached to would have to be the title theme, “Elden Ring.”
This composition needed to represent the game in its entirety; it needed to express something different to our previous titles. We spent a long time obsessing over and fine-tuning the details and tonal qualities of this piece, and I think as a result we achieved something that embodies the themes of the game, and became a strong directional pillar for the rest of the music. I think we made a good piece for when players start up the game, stirring their motivation and excitement for heading out on their adventure to become Elden Lord.
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