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Continuing their month long coverage of Batman Arkham Knight, Game Informer sat down with Rocksteady's audio director and composer, Nick Arundel. Arundel previously scored Batman Arkham Asylum and Batman Arkham City for Rocksteady. In the interview, Arundel discusses the challenges of coming back for a third time, the process of composing these games, creating Scarecrow's theme, and even a sample of one of the tracks for Batman Arkham Knight! Below is an excerpt from Game Informer's article:
You should know the name Nick Arundel. As Rocksteady's audio director and composer of their now Arkham trilogy, his work has contributed greatly to help define the studio's take on Batman. While he has previously worked with Ron Fish on the soundtracks of both Asylum and City, Arundel is recruiting help from a certain talent from Hollywood to help compose Rocksteady's finale. We spoke with Arundel about his previous work in the series, how Scarecrow has influenced the new soundtrack, and he even shows off some new tracks from the game.
Hit the link below for the full video!
Arkham Asylum theme:
Arkham City theme:
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