Far Cry Primal's orchestral score comes from the same talent as Until Dawn, The Order: 1886, Evolve, Tomb Raider and Dead Space.
The Far Cry Primal soundtrack was composed by BAFTA winner Jason Graves, Ubisoft has announced.
Graves is known as a world percussionist, and leveraged this expertise to fill the soundtrack with a variety of rhythm instruments, as well as sounds from the natural world and even animal calls.
The tribes the player will encounter have their own distinct music profiles, from "ram's horn and solo flute (Wenja)" to "Aztec death whistles, female vocals, ritualistic percussion (Izilia)" to "raw sounds from Far Cry's Stone Age natural environment including bushes, bones, antlers, clay pots, wooden artifacts and male vocals (Udam)".
The soundtrack will launch globally alongside Far Cry Primal later this month. The digital edition of the soundtrack is available for pre-order in iTunes today, and if you pre-purchase you'll receive one track each Friday for the next three weeks.
Get a bit of a taste of the soundtrack below: