DJ/producer Paul Oakenfold has scored the upcoming video game Robert Ludlum’s The Bourne Conspiracy.
Oakenfold follows a long string of electronic music artists, including NIN & Amon Tobin, to score video games.
“It was a rewarding experience to score The Bourne Conspiracy video game — I have always been a fan of the series and the pace of the game is an ideal match for my musical tempo and style,” says Oakenfold.
Here’s the official description:
Oakenfold’s intense soundtrack features his distinct style of up-tempo music and adds another tremendous layer to the game’s cinematography techniques, presentation and pacing inspired by the Bourne films. As an added feature to the game, players will be able to unlock original tracks
scored by Oakenfold and play them on demand by completing levels and achievements.
The Bourne Conspiracy is a companion to the blockbuster series with an original story that uncovers the details of Jason Bourne’s past. The third-person action game, developed by High Moon Studios, blends hunter-prey game play through a seamless mix of hand-to-hand fighting,
gunplay and dramatic escapes. The action in the game is designed around Jason Bourne’s signature combat style, with a combat system co-designed by renowned Hollywood stunt choreographer and Bourne fight coordinator, Jeff Imada.
It had better not be another A Lively Mind, is all I can say.