Jason Graves to pen original Tomb Raider score


Square Enix and Crystal Dynamics have announced that Jason Graves, the award winning composer who has worked on scores for the likes of Dead Space, Alpha Protocol and Fear 3, will be penning the original score for Tomb Raider.

The news was revealed in the third episode of the Final Hours of Tomb Raider, entitled ‘The Sound of Survival’. In this special, Graves talks with host Zachary Levi about his role in the reboot of the Tomb Raider franchise.

Graves discusses his unique vision for the game’s score and speaks about including emotion and authenticity into Lara’s very personal story via his musical score. He further details his quest to find the best sound for the game through his collboration with Matt McConnel, a sculptor who created a bespoke and totally original instrument to help Graves achieve Tomb Raider’s unique sound.

For those interested in hearing more about the process and seeing a behind-the-scenes look into the development of Tomb Raider, take a look at the Final Hours episode below.

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