For adventurers who enjoy listening to the sounds of The Elder Scrolls, you can now take the soundtrack to The Elder Scrolls: Blades with you wherever you journey without opening the game.
Bethesda released composer Inon Zur’s full soundtrack this morning. It features 17 tracks featured in their new mobile game.
Crank it as you battle through the Abyss! When you’re not playing, it’s also available on your fav streaming platform.https://t.co/ZtfrigTsQ6
— Bethesda Game Studios (@BethesdaStudios) April 25, 2019
For those not familiar with Zur’s work, he is responsible for you getting the theme from Fallout 4 stuck in your head. On top of that, he did the entire soundtrack as well.
He also composed the music for Fallout 3, Fallout 76, and EA’s Dragon Age II.
For Dungeons and Dragons fans, he created the music featured in the video game Sword Coasts Legends. While the servers may be shut down for the game, it did feature a wonderful soundtrack, which also doubles as great background music for your D&D campaign.
Actually, all of his work is a solid addition to any tabletop RPG experience.
Dear Friends – I'm very excited for you all to hear the soundtrack of @ElderScrolls #Blades which was released today by @BethesdaStudios! Tap this link to listen! https://t.co/Blbi3tBPUu pic.twitter.com/Se2puF0u8A
— Inon Zur (@InonZur) April 25, 2019
While he may have provided the score for Blades, it is unknown if he will be returning for the untitled Elder Scrolls VI. It’s interesting to see him take on an Elder Scrolls game after providing the soundtrack to the previous Fallout titles.
The last Elder Scrolls soundtrack to release online was music from Bethesda’s online MMO, Elder Scrolls Online. The game includes music composed by Brad Derrick and Morrowind, Oblivion, and Skyrim composer, Jeremy Soule.
The Blades soundtrack also features two tracks by Mark Lampert and Frederic Tardif, with Zur as well.
Zur is also working on releasing a brand new album featuring music by Dragon Age singer-songwriter Aubrey Ashburn. The new single titled, Sheleya, is available to download. Into the Storm will include 13 new tracks from Zur and releases June 7th.
The Elder Scrolls: Blades soundtrack is available to stream on YouTube, iTunes, and wherever you enjoy streaming your music.