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Bill Brown, who also scored Return to Castle Wolfenstein has once again come on board to write the soundtrack to Raven's new imagining of Id's classic first-person shooter title.
"Bill was the natural choice to create a soundtrack that emphasises the fast-paced action of Wolfenstein while enhancing the overall mood during key moments and getting players fully immersed in the adventure," says Kevin Cloud, executive producer at id Software. "Bill crafted the perfect soundtrack when we previously worked together on Return to Castle Wolfenstein and his experience and passion for the franchise will once again allow him to deliver an incredible score that draws the player deeper into the Wolfenstein universe."
Apparently he also looked after a few other big names in the movie department including Ali, Any Given Sunday and Finding Forrester. Whether or not his music will stop the game from sucking (as we all fear it will), is yet to be seen (or heard).



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