Not only does developer Treyarch deliver great visuals and gameplay with ever Call of Duty game they helm, they also have a way with audio, just check out ‘Origins’, the new zombie experience availalble with Black Ops 2 map pack ‘Apocalypse’. To make sure everyone can get a taste of the killer tracks featured in the zombie map, the developer has made the entire soundtrack for Origins available to download and either Amazon or iTunes.
30 original compositions comprise this haunting compilation, which is now available from a variety of digital media retailers. 26 of the songs come directly from “Origins,” Treyarch’s latest and most epic Zombies adventure, which follows the four original Zombies heroes in a Dieselpunk-stylized World War I-era France. Among them is “Archangel,” which features the vocals of Elena Siegman, Malukah, and Clark S. Nova.
Also included are four bonus tracks from previous Zombies maps. These include “Abracadavre” from Ascension, “Paraphony” from Shi No Numa, as well as remastered versions of “115” and “The One,” the Easter Egg songs from Kino Der Toten and Shi No Numa!
The full soundtrack for Origins will cost you $9.99 from both stores but gives you plenty of content, so is well worth the money!
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