After you commit a murder in Hitman the game plays heroic music.
It’s a dynamic soundtrack. Based on what you’re doing, murdering, being suspicious, having mass shoot-outs or casually exploring, the game chooses a different track to play. It also changes based on where you are sometimes.
that’s a cool fact. Is it a question?
Personally, I love in whittleton creek when you enter Janus house. The music changing is so cool in that moment!
Heroin is one hell of a drug
It’s not murder, it’s an assassination
If you kill a non-target it plays tense music… sometimes… well if you get spotted doing it.
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having mass shoot-outs or casually exploring, the game chooses a different track to play. It also changes based on where you are sometimes.
[/quote]I know that’s what it’s doing but I think the tone of that tract is off.
I guess the question would be, isn’t it weird that the music is heroic.
Every assassination is a murder, not every murder is an assassination.
The music was probably made with the intent to provide a sense of accomplishment to the player. Also it fits the tone of the reboot. A James Bond type action spy genre.
i hate this OST - is not Hitman anymore! This is Bond! its so annoyin`
Dumbest thread of all time?
Perhaps, I mean, who actually gives a shit?
Well, speaking of heroic music, here is a track by Two Steps From Hell that I like lol picture it playing after 47 successfully completes a mission and this song plays as he makes his escape “home” via boat, helicopter, plane, car etc…
well, you don’t have to post on the thread if you don’t care
That’s why I don’t like it and they need to unreboot it because the only problem with the series is Absolution. The heroic tone is a symptom of Absolution.
Yep,first time I heard it I noticed it too and I don’t like it either
HIMAN was better in that regard