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‘Assassin’s Creed’ composer Jasper Kidd returns to ‘Valhalla’ – Variety

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Composer Jasper Quaid is returning the “killer’s religion” suffrage. He will score the upcoming “Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla” alongside Sarah Schatner, who worked on “Assassin’s Creed: Source” and more recently, “Call of Duty: Modern Warfare”.

Norwegian musician Ainar Selvik will team up with the duo to create the original song for the soundtrack.

Fans of the original and EGO trilogy will be delighted that Danish author Kid will achieve the ‘Valhalla’ Viking Quest. His “Ezio’s Family” theme is one of the franchise’s most enduring works. Kiddy’s additional credits include “Borderlands 3,” “State of Corrosion 2” and “Warhammer: Vermintid 2”.

Kid, who has been scoring games since 1995, has seen gaming music come a long way. The scoring sessions are now done with the full orchestra and the final result goes anywhere from three to five hours of original music that covers different aspects of the game.

Selvic is another appropriate addition to the “killer religion” universe. He has been making Nordic music for over 25 years and his credits include the soundtrack work for the history channel TV show “Vikings”, where he also appeared as an actor.

Last month, Ubisoft unveiled a trailer for the game featuring Viking expeditions, dual-powered combat and ax throwing. And in true “killer religion” style, gamers will be able to explore the open world with a Viking longhouse dining, bright green fields and iconic locations like Stonehenge.

I’m talking Diversity In November, Skatner described a world of his work on “Duty of Duty: Modern Warfare” as follows: “It’s not a good guy compared to the bad guys. It’s not always clear what’s right or wrong. It’s gray, it’s messy. It’s confusing.”

“Killer’s religion: good luck” because of this fruit.

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