The “dark and twisted” sounds of Swedish developer Fatshark’s first person action game, Warhammer: The End Times – Vermintide, will be available very soon for fans to enjoy. Sumthing Else Music Works announced it will be releasing the title’s official soundtrack through digital retailers, and streaming outlets on September 26.
Written by BAFTA award-winning Danish composer Jesper Kyd, the albums is comprised of 36 tracks from the the core game, as well as new music from DLC expansions. It will also include instrumental songs that were featured at the in-game tavern, Red Moon Inn.
Kyd gives a bit of incite on how it was to create the music for Warhammer: The End Times – Vermintide:
“It’s a dynamic, raw and violent score that belongs to Vermintide’s dark medieval setting. We wanted the score to sound like it was performed by a Skaven band on acoustic instruments mangled by some mad Skaven scientist in the dark ages. It’s very different from anything I have written in the past.”
The title’s official soundtrack is currently available to pre-order on Sumthing Else Music Works’ website.
Warhammer: The End Times – Vermintide is based off the popular Games Workshop franchise, Warhammer. The Swedish developer’s follow-up, Warhammer: Vermintide 2, was recently announced with a full reveal scheduled for October 17. A teaser trailer, as well as some screenshots were unearthed alongside the sequel’s unveiling.
The game is available now on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One for $39.99. The PC version costs $29.99, giving computer players a slight discount for the first person action game.