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Monday, 09 July 2012 08:44

McCartney writing music for Bungie

Written by David Stellmack



Confirms the rumored video game project


As confusing as it might sound to some gamers Beatle Paul McCartney is really working on a music project for a view game as was rumored earlier this year. Honestly, when we first heard the story we didn’t run it cause we thought it was unlikely that the music legend would be working on music for a view game.

We it turns out that it is not only true, but a Tweet from McCartney himself sitting next to none other than Bungie composer Marty O’Donnell. What exactly the music that McCartney is working on is unclear, but we suspect that the music is for the new sci-fantasy action shooter title that Bungie is developing for Activision called Destiny.

Look to hear more about this in the future, but in the mean time we have to wonder what the two of them will come up with, but trust us when we tell you that we expect it to be something very different that we have seen previously in the music for a video game.

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