Well, happy Bungie Day everyone! On the seventh day of every July, Bungie fans impatiently wait for cryptic messages of upcoming projects that Bungie happens to be working on at the time. This year's most exciting Bungie Day announcement didn't come from the legendary game studio, but from Sir Paul McCartney himself. Announced through his official Facebook page earlier this morning, he stated that he's "really excited to be working on writing music with Bungie, the studio that made Halo."
A photo from Abbey Road Studios taken back in May surfaced this morning that showed Martin O'Donnell collaborating with Paul in the same studio where all The Beatles records were put down on tape. I can't explain my jealousy. It's not clear if this is just new music in general, or music that will be used in Bungie's upcoming unannounced project. We heard way back in January that McCartney was working on videogame music, so could this be what he was talking about?
I truly hope it's music for the rumored Marathon reboot/sequel. I would probably explode with excitement.
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