If you’ve played Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order, you’ll understand what I mean when I say that the epic music is part of what made the game by Respawn Entertainment a great Star Wars game. Well, there is good news for all fans of the game.
In collaboration with Disney and Lucasfilm, EA and Respawn Entertainment have announced that the Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order original soundtrack is now available on all digital platforms, including Spotify, Apple Music, Amazon Music Unlimited and more.
Composed by the masterful Gordy Haab and Stephen Barton, and recorded with a world-renowned orchestra at Abbey Road Studios, this critically acclaimed soundtrack includes 44 iconic pieces from the game, including Cal Kestis’ theme, music heard while exploring faraway worlds, and epic scores from the most intense confrontations.
Since the game’s release in November 2019, the soundtrack has won the SCL award for Outstanding Original Score for Interactive Media, “Music of the Year” and “Best Original Choral Composition” at the G.A.N.G. awards, “Video Game Score of the Year” at the 2019 ASCAP Composer’s Choice Awards, and was nominated for “Best Music Supervision” in a Video Game by the Guild of Music Supervisors.
This is not the first time music from Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order has made waves. Hit single “Sugaan Essena” from Mongolian metal band, The Hu, was created for use in the game. Featuring a language created with the band that’s unique to Star Wars, its music video has achieved more than 6.5 million views since the single debuted earlier in February 2020.
Check out our full review of Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order here to find out why we named it one of the best games of 2019.