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Beyond the incredible visual effects, what has made Far Cry a successful open-world first-person shooter has been its soundtrack, which brings an extra dose of emotion to the challenges and adventures. They now release Far Cry 6 Complete Music, the original game soundtrack music by Pedro Bromfman, via Ubisoft. “We knew we needed to capture the soul of Yara and its characters,” explains the award-winning composer, for whom experimentation and freedom have been two primary issues in the creative process.

49 tracks make up the score for Far Cry 6, accompanying us on our adventure through the fictional world of Yara with his characters. From deep rhythms to more rhythmic melodies, Bromfman recovers the game’s DNA and takes it to the musical field adding his personal touch, achieving an even more complete experience. Special mention should be made on the Re-Education track, in which the composer originally from Rio de Janeiro and based in California creates an atmosphere with a life of its own that leaves no one indifferent. A sound tour that makes us attentive throughout the track.

With a collective play count of nearly 20 million streams, Bromfman’s sound has been likened to the sound of artists such as Hans Zimmer or Ólafur Arnalds. But the work that he now presents via Ubisoft Music transcends all kinds of references and expressed influences, adapting perfectly to the ecosystem in which Far Cry 6 plunges us, rooting traditional Latin American and Caribbean music. “We set out to create a very modern score, drenched in lush soundscapes, driving percussion, processed organic instruments and a ton of synthesizers,” explains its creator, who refers to the creative experience as an extremely rewarding process.

David Alarcón

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