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Drive Composer Reportedly "Working On A Video Game Called Far Cry 4"

Posted on Wednesday, October 9 @ 06:27:38 PST by Alex_Osborn

Cliff Martinez, the famed composer behind the film Drive, is reportedly composing the score for the next (still unannounced) entry in Ubisoft's first-person island-bound shooter series, Far Cry

In an interview with Lost in the Multiplex, the well-respected composer said bluntly that he is currently "working on a video game called Far Cry 4." The quote has since been taken down, but not before a screenshot was captured. See it below.

Ubisoft has made it clear that we haven't seen the last of Far Cry, so there's reason to believe Martinez's statement is legit and he will in fact be composing the game. Do you think he'll make a good fit? Sound off in the comments below and let us know.

[Lost in the Multiplex, via Joystiq]
Tags:   Ubisoft, Far Cry

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