GallerySixElementsCloudhead Games, one of the earliest VR studios to begin production on a project for the Oculus Rift, today announced that they’ve signed Jeremy Soule, the composer behind Skyrim (2011) and many others, to score the company’s forthcoming title, The Gallery: Six Elements.

The Gallery: Six Elements was born from a Kickstarter by Cloudhead Games all the way back in April, 2013, which raised more than $80,000 for the made-for-Rift adventure game.

Yesterday in a blog post, the company announced that Jeremy Soule would be scoring the game.

Cloudhead Games is very, very excited to announce that we have a new member of The Gallery team, and you maaaay have heard of him…

His name is Jeremy Soule. He makes amazing music.

If you don’t recognize the name (though I expect you might), you’ll no doubt recognize his body of work: Skyrim, Morrowind, Harry Potter, Secret of Evermore, KOTOR, Neverwinter Nights… these are just a few of the titles that Jeremy has elevated to great heights through his beautiful compositions.

As Cloudhead Games’ Audio Director, I am especially honored to have Jeremy on board, and I have no doubt that he will bring a sense of beauty and wonder to The Gallery that we couldn’t have achieved without him.

The video above gives a brief but beautiful teaser of Soule’s work on the game.

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If he writes anything even half as good as my favorite track from Skyrim, I’m sure The Gallery’s music will be worth looking forward to.

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