Welcome to Morning Music, KotakuA daily hangout for those who love video games and the cool ass sounds they make.Today we jump on a pirate ship, search for and plunder the Knights Templar in the sea Assassin’s Creed: Black flag.
Admit it in 2013 Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag (((playlist / Long play / VGMdb) First came out, I didn’t love it like everyone else.I think I played too much Assassin’s Creed At that point in my life Black flag He was a victim of bad timing.But since then I’m back in Black flag And its half sequel Rogue I found a great game.And in the case Black flag, I also found great music.
That intro musics Very good and tones set.I told the player who started the game for the first time, no, this is different from other players Assassin’s Creed The game you played before. No, this was a story about bigger pirates and the open ocean.
And while I’m talking about great music Black flag, I feel compelled to say, “Take ours.” This is some big and exciting pirate music:
Ubisoft / Brian Tyler (YouTube)
Some of these tracks may sound like they could easily be thrown into a giant Hollywood action movie about pirates, but for good reason.The soundtrack was put together by the composer Brian Tyler, One of the most prolific film composers in recent history.He has won a long list of major movies including: Iron Man 3, Wild Speed X: Tokyo Drift, Avengers: Age of Ultron, Fast Five, Constantine, And many more.
As of November 2017The film he scored has earned $ 12 billion worldwide and is one of the top 10 most profitable film composers in history. Oddly, he doesn’t really play many games. Especially in comparison to the other composers I talked about in past Morning Music entries. Maybe he got tired of creating a huge soundtrack for a huge movie?Maybe he just wanted an early copy Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag?? Who can sayRegardless of why he decided to get a random entry Assassin’s Creed Franchise, the end result is a big and fun soundtrack, one of the best in franchise history.
And this is Black flag, I need to include at least one of my beloved sea shanti (playlist).Singing songs by your crew as you sail around the world has become another staple Assassin’s Creed Including recently released games Valhalla.. But this is the beginning of everything. I can still sing some of these songs. It’s hard to choose what you like, but “Drunken Sailor” is still the song I remember the most. In fact, I’m singing this song while typing this.
Ubisoft / Nyx Raven (YouTube)
(Visualize it and enjoy it.)
That’s all for today’s morning music! Oh, I’m leaving, but I bet I’ll see you again someday! See you tomorrow!