Game news Halo Infinite: the theme of the series as you’ve never heard it before, interpreted by … monks!
The Halo Infinite news isn’t just about multiplayer, the single player campaign, or the many bugs and other issues identified in the game that the 343 Industries teams are trying to fix. As the Christmas holidays approach, musical traditions and Microsoft’s space FPS come together to rediscover the main theme of the series!
Despite the small glitches around the launch, clouded by slight disappointments, which the 343 Industries teams are currently working on, the studio’s latest production has nevertheless managed to gain the audience’s approval in a very short time the reward of Halo Infinite
Finally, after more than twenty years, the franchise continues to make people talk about it through its games, but also through its cross-media universe. In this regard, a recent revival of the main theme of the saga speaks about it in the form of a tribute, as it has been interpreted neither more nor less by a trio of singers. Not just any, though, as they are three Gregorian monks!
A sublimated main theme
For a few years now, gamers around the world have become accustomed to seeing a slew of concerts that flourish in homage to the video game music that permeates their practice. Lots of videos are teeming with the web now, but it must be said that to see a revival of the main theme of Halo this way is simply unexpected!
To stick with the religious tones of these types of songs the three mendressed in her most beautiful sack, went to Helsinki Cathedral to put on this fabulous acoustic and acapella performance that you can see in the article above
Just the theme of the famous license that Bungie came up with for the launch of the very first Xbox had the merit of throwing us straight into a very special atmosphere! Thanks to the setting, the talent of these three monks and the quality of the harmonies and the interpretation, the theme takes on a whole new dimension and pays a memorable homage to the series.
The music-loving players can send their congratulations to Joonas Pajari, William Haggblom and Tuomas Tenkanen from the Game Music Collective, who are the creators of this initiative. Her YouTube channel can be found below and has anthology covers already brought to life!
- Source : Play music collective
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