Mafia III promises to have an epic soundtrack, featuring many classics from a ’60s.
It appears that developer Hanger 13 is operative tough to broach an amazing, period-appropriate soundtrack for Mafia III. As reported by GameSpot, artistic executive Haden Blackman pronounced during a PAX East row that a diversion will underline a “ton of good music.” While no songs were named, we’ve already listened several expected possibilities concomitant a trailers expelled so far. The exhibit trailer had Jimi Hendrix’s chronicle of “All Along a Watchtower” as good as “House of a Rising Sun” by a Animals. More recently, the “One Way Road” story trailer featured “Son of a Preacher Man.”
While a hurdles of chartering were cited as a reason why the devs weren’t divulgence some-more tracks, “Fortunate Son” by Creedence Clearwater Revival and “Paint It Black” by a Rolling Stones have been reliable as well.
Mafia III launches Oct 7th on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC.