Soundtrack (OST) – Hytale Wiki
Soundtrack A remote island in Hytale
Hytale contains a wide variety of
Soundtracks each designed to be played throughout the world of Hytale, giving the Player a sense of what emotions the Hytale team is trying to convey through the game. So far all of the Hytale Soundtrack is credited as being Oscar Garvins work.. Playing
Various music tracks will play as the player explores the world of
Orbis. Certain prefabs in the world have specific tracks associated with them, while other tracks play in more general scenarios, like across an entire zone. Emerald Grove Hytale OST – Traveling Band Hytale Official Soundtrack “Traveling Band” Music Composed by: Oscar Garvin Hytale OST – A New Adventure A New Adventure is a track that might play when you are exploring zone 1 during the daytime. It features motifs that reflect specific elements of the region as well as broader themes of adventure and discovery Hytale OST – Kweebec Village Kweebec Village is the soundtrack to the various Kweebec settlements you’ll encounter in zone 1, and its tone and instrumentation reflect the personality of the Kweebecs themselves. ‘When I wrote the Kweebec Village theme I knew it had to be cute, light and playful’ Oscar says. Much of the instrumentation and harmony draws on my JRPG influences. The piece sounds like a small ensemble to create the sense that the Kweebecs themselves might be playing this tune as you walk into the village Hytale OST – Herbalist’s Refuge This track is intended to evoke a sense of peaceful exploration in the deep forests and green riverlands of zone 1. While this region certainly has its dangers, it’s also a place that offers sanctuary and that has, in the past, enjoyed the protection of Gaia herself Howling Sands Hytale OST – Gaia’s Lament Like A New Adventure, Gaia’s Lament is an exploration piece – but one that covers a different location and addresses a very different set of themes and emotions. “With this piece I wanted to focus on the lonely wasteland aspects of zone 2” Oscar says. “The piece evokes a barren desolate expanse, as well as introspective feelings of pain and regret Hytale OST – Night on the Dunes Hytale Official Soundtrack “Traveling Band” Music Composed by: Oscar Garvin Hytale OST – Canyon of the Many Suns I was imagining a lost temple hidden deep within a canyon’ Oscar says about this piece of music, which comes from zone 2. Traversing treacherous terrain takes effort, and this track attempts to reflect both the mystery of the unknown and the sense of accomplishment that accompanies the end of a long journey Hytale OST – Ancient Tombs Venture deep into one of those lost temple entrances and you may hear this track. ‘I was imagining a dark desert tomb, where you might happen upon an occult ritual” Oscar says. “Evil magic runs through the veins of this hidden ruin Borea Hytale OST – Snowfall This track from zone 3 is very different, reflecting the wintry climes of this beautiful but frequently dangerous part of Orbis. ‘I was imagining a vast snowy landscape with snow on the pine trees, with some hints of my home country, Norway’ Oscar says. ‘I evoke the feeling of these images in my mind and choose instruments and harmonies accordingly. I write in this ‘roleplaying’ kind of way to try and give a level of cinematic immersion to the player Devasted Lands Hytale OST – A World Below This track will play in the Tropical Jungle of Zone 4.