Nintendo shows music from Project Octopath Traveller

Nintendo has today given a behind-the-scenes look at Yasunori Nishiki’s soundtrack for the anticipated Square Enix title Project Octopath Traveller. Nishiki’s worked at Konami on several projects before becoming a freelancer, where he was able to move into anime and writing for pop singers in Japan.

The video shows off the battle theme from the game, with sneak peeks at the recording process, which features a live band. The studio appears to be the same used in Nintendo’s videos for Splatoon 2 and Mario Kart 8.

Posted on December 19, 2017 by Mathew Gallagher. Last modified on December 19, 2017.

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Mathew Gallagher is a Sound Design graduate from the UK. During his degree, Mathew studied the latest in game audio techniques, including VR and Dolby Atmos. When not gouging out on JRPGs or racing games, you can find him listening to all sorts of soundtracks or retweeting game news. He's currently learning how to play violin, but it's safe to say his guitar playing is the better of his musical talents.



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