Obsidian’s kickstarted RPG Pillars of Eternity is creeping towards its autumn release, and now you can listen to just over 4 minutes of music from the game. It accompanies the Dyrford Village area.
It comes courtesy of audio director Justin Bell, whose work is the focus of the latest game update.
“I know a lot of you have been waiting patiently to hear some news about the game’s music,” Bell writes. “Making Pillars of Eternity feel like a modern day Infinity Engine game is important to us, and music plays a big role in achieving that goal.”
Last month it was announced that Pillars of Eternity will be published by Paradox Interactive. It’s coming to PC, Mac, and Linux before the year is out.