Webzen is offering gamers a behind-the-scenes look at what went into creating the game's musical score. Composed by Jesper Kyd -- the talent behind Borderlands, Assasssin's Creed, Hitman, and more -- the game's score is big and bold. It's also an important feature of the game that is often overlooked by players.
To highlight the score, and Kyd's work on it, Webzen decided to post a video interview with the composer as well as three of the pieces that will be featured in the game. All of these can be viewed below.
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