Prey’s synth soundtrack by Aussie Mick Gordon now available on Spotify

Brodie Fogg 3 May 2017 NEWS

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Confirmed: Prey's retro sci-fi-inspired tunes are fantastic background music for working.

When we got our hands on the first hour of Prey back in February, one of the first things we noticed was its atmospheric soundtrack. Upon learning that said soundtrack is by Mick Gordon, the Australian composer responsible for Doom, it hardly came as a surprise that Prey's soundtrack worked so well.

Seems as though Bethesda knows a good thing when it sees it. Just two days before the humbly marketed Prey is released, Bethesda and Arkane have made the upcoming game's soundtrack available on Spotify.

Those without a Spotify subscription can pick up the soundtrack on Apple Music or pay $9.99 for it through iTunes, Google Play Music or Amazon Music (which exists, apparently).

I'm listening to it as I write and although some tracks are a bit frantic and bound to inspire some paranoia in the workplace, for the most part, it's a surprisingly calming listen.

We'll have a review up for Arkane's Prey as soon as we can, but thanks to Bethesda's commitment to only releasing its games for review one day in advance, it won't be done by the time the game is released. As always, we recommend waiting until the reviews drop before shelling out the cash.

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