Sony has announced that you can now listen to four tracks from Horizon Forbidden West’s soundtrack through the official Isle of Spires EP, which has been uploaded to streaming services such as Spotify, Apple Music, YouTube, and Amazon Music. The tracks that are available to listen to were all featured in the Horizon Forbidden West State of Play. Those tracks are ‘A Steady Breath’ composed by Joris De Man and featuring Julie Elven, ‘Riddle in Ruins’ by The Flight, ‘Eyes Open’ by Olekza Lozowchuk, and ‘To Find What Was Lost’ by Niels van der Leest.
There is also an interview with the composers about the process of creating the soundtrack for Horizon Forbidden West, and how they worked together to bring about the music to the sequel while also having some cohesion to Horizon Zero Dawn. You can watch the full interview below.
Horizon Forbidden West is due to release later in 2021. We’ve even had it extra-double confirmed a few weeks ago when Wired spoke to Sony Interactive Entertainment president and CEO Jim Ryan and during the interview where it was confirmed that the game was still going to be released this year. However, there is a bit of caution in more recent interviews with Herman Hulst stating that the aim is to get Horizon Forbidden West out in time for the winter this year, but it is not 100% certain yet as anything could happen in the next few months that could see the game slip to 2022. Most recently, God of War Ragnarok was pushed back to 2022 by Sony Santa Monica. We do still know that Horizon Forbidden West will be coming to PS5 and PS4 as a cross-gen release, with free upgrades available for purchasers.
Source: PS Blog