By Philip Friedman | November 6th, 2012
Video game developing giant 343 Industries has released the latest installment of the Halo saga, Halo 4.
With promises of changing the video game world of first person shooters, the game has some high expectations to live up to, as well as an extremely devoted fan base to please — many of whom that have been playing Halo since the days of the original X-Box and LAN parties. This installment looks to please fan boys and more causal gamers alike, with stunning graphics and intense storyline, while giving plenty of opportunities for putting friends in their place via multi-player gaming.
Along with the November 6 release date of the game, the game’s soundtrack by composer/producer Neil Davidge also came out. 343 Industries and Neil Davidge also had remixes of some of the key tracks done by artists like Apocalyptica and Andrew Bayer, as well as a remix by James Iha of Smashing Pumpkins fame.
343 Industries opened the doors to lesser known producers remixing the tracks via a Halo 4 Remix competition introduced through SoundCloud, with the promise of some free Halo swag for the winners. If interested, check out this link.
For the rest of us missing remix skills, check out some of the official tracks below as you gear-up to take down the Covenant!