Braveheart and the Shire all in Once
Oh my God. When i first was travelling through the waters of skellige and this music came on... I did NOT wanna stop. Even though it was a couple months ago I almost shed a tear to how beautiful that moment was. I've haven't experienced something like this in a video game in a long time! I'm 27 will forever cherish this game. Glad it was released in my lifetime.
Not going to lie, this nearly brings me to tears every single time I hear it. That intro is absolutely beautiful.
Visiting Urialla islands in Skellige sure gives the feels when hear this... Should be played more often in Skellige imo. Beautiful <3.
This is truly a masterpiece
An Skelliger's live in honour. And this song resides in the Halls of the Gods.
This was playing when I first spoke to the guy about that mysterious tower. The way everything was playing out from the walk they took to the camera position, it made it seem like he'd be telling me a sad but heartwarming story about how he and his pa built that tower when he was a wee lad.0:30 - "But then he started to get real sick..."
This song, in particular from ~1:55 or so, was playing as i did the fists of fury quest where you have to fight the bear. The guy was talking about honor or something and it was raining and there was that little cinematic of geralt entering the arena....it was pretty damn picturesque.
This is a The Witcher 3 review in music format! Epic and emotional to over 9000!
Listening to this music after removing tower from the island and hearing thanks from islanders feels like completing bigger questline and not an side job.
Thanks man this music is so good, where di you get the Extended OST ? I've been searching for it
Beautiful theme. Reminds me of Journey to the Grey Havens by Howard Shore.
I really get goosebumps at 1:54 every time I listen to it. How incredible this track is.
Oh shit. Right in the feelings. Maybe the most emotional song from the Witcher. Sad but so fascinating...
No Star Trek reference yet. Then let me be the first... This is the tale of.... Yada yada... Where no witcher as gone before. But in all seriousness, entering witcher world felt like Star trek. Hope Cyberpunk will feel the same.
I used to pause the game on 0:00 to 0:11 to hear that theme
He composed the music for the opening show of the Hannover Messe last year. Could you believe he writes and records everything out of his own house?
reminds me of something from John williams, I think that's his name, especially back to the future