It is safe to say that music is a vital part of the success of video games. Whether it’s setting the mood for the conflict to come or helping you rage in the middle of a fight, there are so many great examples of music making video games better. Arguably the best example for this is Halo.
To this day, even people who have never played this sci-fi epic can likely hum the Halo Theme performed by composers Martin O’Donnell and Michael Salvatori. If you need further proof of this, just look down below at the recent post to the game’s subreddit by DarkKody28.
In the post, you can see that beloved musical duo Twenty One Pilots performed the theme song to Halo live at a recent show in Boston, using drums, a trumpet, and a guitar. According to the comments, this is something that the band does regularly, indicating they either really like Halo or are just as in love with the theme song as everyone else is.
While you’re here, be sure to check out all of the other Halo-based content we’ve got down below. That includes plenty of features, news, and quizzes revolving around past games in the franchises, as well as all the info you could ever need about Halo Infinite.
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