Bethesda is going all out in celebrating the successful release of its newest intellectual property. Starfield: A Night With the London Symphony Orchestra comes our way tomorrow, courtesy of the world-famous London Symphony Orchestra themselves.
The game had recently broken the 6-million milestone in player count, making it Bethesda’s best-selling game, surpassing even the highly popular Skyrim.
The studio invites players and fans to listen to a one-time concert featuring the London Symphony Orchestra to celebrate.
According to the game’s official X account, the concert will take place tomorrow, September 13. It will begin at 11 a.m. Pacific Daylight Time or 2 p.m. Eastern Daylight Time. Titled “Starfield: A Night With the London Symphony Orchestra,” they will host the performance on Bethesda’s Twitch account.
This is not the first time that Bethesda has collaborated with the prestigious orchestra for its game’s soundtrack. In 2021, the orchestra also performed in a concert with London Voices to celebrate the 10th anniversary of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim’s release.
The London Symphony Orchestra also played the Starfield Suite for the first time in that concert. You can view their performance below.
Bethesda had also collaborated with Los Angeles rock band Imagine Dragons for Starfield. The band released a special song titled “Children of the Sky” to commemorate the start of early access on September 1.
Children of the Sky can be played for free on Bethesda’s Official YouTube channel. You can also play the Starfield Suite as well from that same channel. In addition, Imagine Dragons also released a lyric video on their YouTube channel.
In promoting the song on X, Imagine Dragons said that they were “honored” for the collaboration, stating that they were avid fans of Bethesda’s games.
Inon Zur, the composer of the Starfield Suite, stated that he had worked closely with the band to incorporate elements of the Starfield orchestral soundtrack into what eventually became “Children of the Sky.”
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