Recently, the official soundtrack for Doom Eternal was released for owners of the Collector’s Edition. Many listeners immediately noticed a difference between tracks that were mixed by composer Mick Gordon and those that were not. Gordon, who has worked with Bethesda on multiple previous grames, provided comments to fans, stating that he certainly wouldn’t have mixed the soundtrack that way and that he was unlikely to work with Bethesda again.

In response, Marty Stratton, executive producer of Doom Eternal at id Software, has posted an open letter on Reddit. In this post, Stratton detailed the history of the soundtrack’s development and provided Bethesda’s perspective on the situation. Stratton states that Gordon missed deadlines on multiple occasions, which caused issues that necessitated pushing back the release of the soundtrack for owners of the Collector’s Edition. Stratton…

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