Warzone is a half life 2 mod where you will find yourself roaming through a small scottish town. Hopefully we will bring to you an exciting environment with lots going on. Kelso the town is to be decided on the size and is currently going through a stage of re-construction. We also hope to bring lots of NPC's to the mod. New custom models. The storyline is now set in stone which leaves us to carry on designing... To me that's the fun stuff.
Since completing the Portal: awakening Ost I've been looking for a new musical project to sink my teeth into and what better project than Warzone:
The game is a half-life:2 mod set on a remote and peculiar island. At this time I cant tell you much about it as the full extent of the plot and/or themes have not yet been released by the team. Needless to say the ideas that are flowing are very interesting and I'm personally looking forward to seeing them in implementation.I've had a nice back and forth with some of the team and begun work on an track, its been great to have one-on-one feedback as the track progresses, this way I've been able to mould the music directly to their specification.
Anyway I sent through a precursory WIP of the track to give them an idea of where i was going, this is still very sketchy and may change significantly. Either way it has been hosted on their page:
Keep your eyes and ears peeled for more from the Warzone OST in the coming months.
All tracks, including the WIP (Work in progress) samples are now availible in a playlist through soundcloud:
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