Fallout 4 has three times the music of FO3, including Lynda Carter originals

By Brenna Hillier, Tuesday, 3 November 2015 00:14 GMT

The Fallout 4 soundtrack includes a stack of original songs performed by Lynda Carter, best known for her role as Wonder Woman.

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In Fallout 4, players can switch between licensed radio stations and Inon Zur’s original score at will, depending on their personal style.

In a new post on the Bethesda Blog, the developer revealed Fallout 4 has “three times the amount of music compared with Fallout 3”.

Most of the licensed tracks can be broadly categorised as well-known classics, lesser known offerings from famous artists, and more obscure and quirky additions.

In addition to these tracks, the soundtrack features original songs written specifically for Fallout 4 – a series first. Despite her fame as TV’s Wonder Woman, Carter is an accomplished singer who tours with a band, and as a long time friend of Bethesda’s she was the natural choice to contribute a few songs. Carter also has a voice role; she’s appeared in multiple Bethesda games.

The full blog post is a great read if you’re interested in how Bethesda chooses music to fit with the franchise’s established identity – and you can even listen to a sample track.

Fallout 4 hits PC, PS4 and Xbox One on November 10.

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