If you're currently grinding your way through Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War III, you may have noticed the music has just a little more of an epic feeling to it than you normally experience. That's because the music you're experiencing was orchestrated by Paul Leonard-Morgan (Limitless, Battlefield Hardline, Despicable Me 2), who personally spent over a year on the soundtrack and apparently wrote 150 minutes of music for 180 individual cues. That's a lot of work for one individual composer working on a single video game. But soon, you may have a complete copy of the music to own.
Last week it was announced that the game's soundtrack would be released sometime this summer, but no details were given for a release date or how much would come out. Considering that his tracks have been used for everything related to the game, including pieces you only hear in trailers, that's a hefty library to unload onto the public. So we're either getting a reasonably priced best-of collection, or the entire package for a steeper price. Or maybe both, which would be a nice option. We'll see how it pans out as we get into summer.