Fans may not be able to play “Halo 5: Guardians” yet, but there’s another way to enjoy it while waiting for launch as 343 Industries has released the soundtrack of the game for fans’ enjoyment.
The soundtrack is currently accessible via SoundCloud, DualShockers reported. It’s a full soundtrack preview of the musical score of the game, including all 39 tracks. The man behind the music is none other than Kazuma Jinnouchi, who is also the composer in charge of the “Halo 4” score.
This is not the developer’s only reveal this week to hype up “Halo 5: Guardians” before launch. The latest Cannon Fodder from 343 Industries looks a little closer at the campaign of the game. According to the developer, “Halo 5: Guardians” will have 15 chapters filled with storytelling.
“More than perhaps any other campaign in Halo history, there is story to be found to those willing to look and listen—whether that be to your squadmates themselves, or perhaps to other characters that are scattered throughout the environment,” said 343 Industries over at the official Halo blog.
“Halo 5: Guardians” will be a mix of both action-pack revelations, where the stories of the two teams will unfold. Each chapter is reportedly going to take fans for a ride in terms of battles and encounters, but the developer has also promised that there will be quiet moments that are non-combative in nature. As 343 Industries put it, the more mellow moments are there to push the story forward without pushing ahead with the enemies.
Fans, who can’t wait for more “Halo 5: Guardians,” can also look forward to Oct. 26, where the developer has promised a live broadcast titled “Halo 5: Live.” The event, held a day before the game’s launch, will be aired over on YouTube bearing dev interviews, look-ins at the launch of the game and more.
“Halo 5: Live” will happen from 3:00 to 9:00 p.m. PDT on Oct. 26. “Halo 5: Guardians” will be launched a day after, on Oct. 27, on the Xbox One. The trailer below is a teaser for the live broadcast.