Frontier Foudry announces that award-winning composer and audio director Frank Klepacki has created the soundtrack for the real-time strategy game The Great War: Western Front. The musician has worked on parts of the Command & Conquer series, Dune and Westwood Studios titles.
Publisher Frontier Foudry announced on March 8, 2023 who is behind the soundtrack of the strategy game The Great War: Western Front. The award-winning composer and audio director Frank Klepacki accompanies the events on the front and in the theaters of the First World War with his music. In a video published on YouTube, Klepacki talks about the process of creating the soundtrack. According to his own statements, he was inspired by classical composers of the past epoch. The composition was implemented by a hundred-strong team of professional musicians.
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It was particularly important to Frank Klepacki to enhance and underscore the entire gaming experience with music. The music is quieter during the planning phase of the game and much more intense during the fights. The composer of the soundtrack for The Great War: Western Front has been involved in the music of various video games, including parts of the Command & Conquer series, Dune and some Westwood Studios titles. His best-known pieces include Hell March, No Mercy, Face the Enemy and Act on Instinct.
Klepacki uses different styles in his works. So some of his pieces are more likely to be assigned to the rock genre, while others are more in the electronic or hip-hop area. The Great War: Western Front will be available on March 30, 2023 on Steam and the Epic Games Store for €34.99. Those who pre-order the title can start three days earlier, namely on March 27, 2023. There is also a digital bonus version of the game with the Victory Edition, which contains a digital battlefield guide, five digital wallpapers and the original soundtrack.