Ludvig Forsell, the composer behind Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain, has been revealed to be the composer behind Hideo Kojima’s mysterious next game, Death Stranding. Confirmation came via Twitter posts from Kojima and Forsell himself:
You can now check out both our teaser from TGA with music by @Lumparn AND our PSX-version with music by @LOWROAR !!https://t.co/Y5hsx1FHTb
— Kojima Productions (@KojiPro2015_EN) December 3, 2016
Cat’s out of the bag. Yes, I am composing music for #DeathStranding, it’s an honor to once again work with @KojiPro2015_EN @Kojima_Hideo https://t.co/jgv0R9jlOm
— Ludvig Forssell (@Lumparn) December 3, 2016
Little is known about Death Stranding at this point, other than it is a dark, open-world RPG starring Normal Reedus and Madds Mikkelsen as the protagonist and antagonist, respectively. You can get a taste of the music from the trailer that aired during The Game Awards 2016 below:
In addition, hardcore fans should be pleased to know that the music from the trailer, by Icelandic band Low Roar, will be released on vinyl due to a collaboration between the band, Kojima Productions, PlayStation and Mondo. The 12-inch single of “I’ll Keep Coming” and “Easy Way Out,” which is available for pre-order now and ships in February 2017, will be pressed on 180 gram clear vinyl with heavy black splatter.
Source: VGMO & Polygon