EA Shares Beautiful MEDAL OF HONOR: ABOVE AND BEYOND Theme by Michael Giacchino


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EA Shares Beautiful MEDAL OF HONOR: ABOVE AND BEYOND Theme by Michael Giacchino

The official theme song for Respawn Entertainment's Medal of Honor: Above and Beyond has finally been released online, giving us a chance to enjoy yet another Michael Giacchino–composed melodic experience.

Giacchino is no stranger to the Medal of Honor series, as he previously created the fan-favourite soundtracks for the 1999 original, Medal of Honor: Allied Assault, Medal of Honor: Frontline, and Medal of Honor: Airborne.

The upcoming Medal of Honor: Above and Beyond OST will be available for purchase on December 11, 2020.

There's no denying that Giacchino is one busy composer, as the Oscar-winning virtuoso just finished scoring Medal of Honor: Above and Beyond, and is currently working on 4 huge blockbusters: Jon Watts' follow-up to Spider-Man: Far From Home, Jurassic World: Dominion, The Batman, and finally Who Framed Roger Rabbit 2.

As a friendly reminder, Medal of Honor: Above and Beyond is being developed by the award-winning studio responsible for Titanfall 2, Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, and Apex Legends. Respawn's next major production will arrive on 3 VR platforms — namely Valve Index, HTC Vive, and Oculus Rift — on the 11th of December.

Be sure to check out Giacchino's theme song for the next Medal of Honor title down below (or on Spotify):

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