Weighing heavily on the talents of Alain Johannes', the sounds accompanying the sights of Ghost Recon: Wildlands draw a lot from the use of instruments native to South America.
Whether you're intrigued with the game's choice of music or not even interested in the game at all, there's a new video up on the Ubisoft channel detailing the creation of the soundtrack we'll be hearing plenty of once Ghost Recon: Wildlands hits store shelves next in March.
Focusing on the thoughts of the game's music team - like supervisor Manu Bachet - the group mentions being drawn to working to Johannes almost immediately after being drafted to work on Ubisoft's open-world shooter. Often showing up in references, Johannes' was delighted to be asked to work on the project.
In a week featuring two videos for Ghost Recon: Wildlands, here's the second of the two.
We haven't really seen all that much gameplay footage when it comes to an open-world co-op shooter due out in just a few weeks, but it's good to know what we'll be hearing as we hunt down shifty-types out in the Wilderness. With a resumé making mention of his work with Kelly Clarkson, Queens of the Stone Age and Jimmy Eat World, there's no denying we're in for a varied arrangement from a guy who's house is filled to the brim with obscure instruments.
News went out last week that beta keys should be going out to a selection of those who signed up late last year. Those without, however, still have the premier of another live-action vignette coming a little later today. Anyone without a pre-order can slot themselves in through Steam for the March 7 release.