One of my favorite things about a video game is the music. I mean, think about it, how boring would it be playing a game if it had NO sound. What if the music was just lame, would it make the game worse? As a huge fan of music in any form I would say games just wouldn’t be the same. Well another soundtrack has come out to add to your library, and I’ve heard good things!
CALL OF DUTY:® BLACK OPS ZOMBIES SOUNDTRACK NOW AVAILABLE
Santa Monica, CA – January 25, 2011– Activision Publishing, Inc. (Nasdaq: ATVI) and developer Treyarch announced today the release of the Call of Duty:® Black Ops Zombies soundtrack. Available through iTunes, Amazon, Zune and other major digital media retailers, the Zombies soundtrack features for the first time in their entirety, 17 original tracks composed by Treyarch for the wildly popular game Call of Duty Zombies game mode.
The Call of Duty®: Black OpsZombies soundtrack, part of a digital distribution agreement between Activision and Fontana, the award-winning independent sales, marketing and distribution division of Universal Music Group, is available online for a retail price of $11.99 for the entire soundtrack or $.99 per track.
Following its release on November 9th, Call of Duty: Black Opsset new entertainment records as the largest five-day opening in history and has gone on to surpass $1 billion in sales worldwide with more than 600 million hours played by fans around the world. Developed by Treyarch, the title is rated “M” (Mature) by the ESRB for Blood and Gore, Intense Violence and Strong Language. For additional Call of Duty updates, visit www.callofduty.com/blackops and also via Twitter @JD_2020.