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Grab A Dragon Age II Track Now

EA is just hurling music at us. Check this one out!
Author: Ryan Green
Published: March 5, 2011
Inon Zur may not be a household name like John Williams or Danny Elfman, but if you played Fallout 3, the 2008 Prince of Persia, or Dragon Age: Origins, you should be familiar with his work. Heck, maybe you're a huge Power Rangers nerd and remember his name for the credits!


Amongst us, only Paji knows that credit.

In the lead up to the release of Dragon Age II, EA has released a track from the game's soundtrack, free for everyone to download and enjoy. A link to the track is available here.

Given that I own a copy of the soundtrack (one of the perks of having the Origins collector's edition), I was able to compare the soundtrack to this sample. From what I can tell given very little to go off of, this new track mixes in the classic fantasy feel with a Persian/Mediterranean flare. If this track is any indication of how the rest of the soundtrack and game will play out, we should expect a lot more variety in the environments. Who knows, maybe even a more vibrant landscape will be seen this time around.

Those interested in the entire soundtrack to Dragon Age II might consider purchasing the collector's edition of the game. Alternatively, you can always hop onto iTunes (or any other audio marketplace) and purchase it outright for $3.99.

What do you think of the soundtrack so far? Are you excited to see how the game has changed since the original? Let us know in the comments section below.