The 'Dawn Of War III' Soundtrack Will Be Released Sometime This Summer

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.

Dawn Of War III
Dawn Of War III

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.

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