Far Cry Primal soundtrack created by Jason Graves
BAFTA winning composer created original soundtrack for the action game
Two-time BAFTA winning composer Jason Graves is the composer of the original game soundtrack for Far Cry Primal, Ubisoft has confirmed.
Graves is renowned for his textural concept scores and cinematic orchestration on AAA titles such as Until Dawn, The Order: 1886, Evolve, Tomb Raider and Dead Space.
Graves created an entirely live organic score for Far Cry Primal, blending a diverse array of sounds from the natural environment and incorporating many animal effects into the score. The soundtrack features a unique set of textures representing each of the tribes that players will encounter, including a ram's horn and solo flute (Wenja); Aztec death whistles, female vocals, ritualistic percussion (Izilia); raw sounds from Far Cry's Stone Age natural environment including bushes, bones, antlers, clay pots, wooden artifacts and male vocals (Udam).
The original game soundtrack, digital edition, is available for pre-orders today. The soundtrack will be available worldwide when the game launches on February 23.
Far Cry Primal is coming to Xbox One and PS4 late this month, and to PC on March 1st.