‘Fallout,’ ‘Dragon Age’ Series Composer Inon Zur To Score ‘Fallout 76’ (Exclusive)

Emmy award-winning and three-time BAFTA nominated composer Inon Zur is creating the score for “Fallout 76,” publisher Bethesda tells Variety.

Zur has a long history with the “Fallout” franchise. He created music for the third and fourth major installments, the Obsidian Entertainment spinoff “Fallout: New Vegas,” and the turn-based tactical RPG spinoff “Fallout Tactics: Brotherhood of Steel.”

Unlike previous entries in the series, “Fallout 76” features an online multiplayer component that allows the player to explore the Wasteland with up to three other people. Naturally, the game world is expanding to accommodate the population increase. Set in post-apocalyptic West Virginia, “Fallout 76” is reportedly four times the size of its predecessor, “Fallout 4.” Zur said the music follows the game’s footsteps in its vastness and grandeur.

“With inspiration from game director Todd Howard and close collaboration with audio director Mark Lampert, I weaved a sophisticated and emotional score that takes the player on a whole new journey,” he said. “To make the experience even more epic, we had the Prague Philharmonic perform and record the score, as well as the amazing Lyris String Quartet. I believe that this is one of my most unique scores to date and I can’t wait to share it with everyone!”

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