Sumthing Else Music Works have released\u00a0the For Honor Original Soundtrack on\u00a0CD, and digital download. Video game music\u00a0specialists, Sumthing Else Music Works, have added the\u00a0soundtrack to\u00a0Ubisoft\u2019s For Honor to\u00a0their growing \u2013 and increasingly impressive \u2013 library of releases. Saunder Jurriaans and Danny Bensi\u2019s score\u00a0is as bombastic as you might expect, but it also contains some moments of remarkable restraint and beauty. To our untrained ears it recalls some of Bear McCreary\u2019s best television work, and is no worse for doing so. We especially appreciate\u00a0the way\u00a0many of the tracks\u00a0reflect the differences between\u00a0the game\u2019s three waring factions. For Honor has been a quietly successful game for Ubisoft, and is\u00a0a promising start for what we hope will be a continuing franchise. The game\u2019s Shadow & Might Season Two expansion\u00a0recently launched on all platforms, adding two new\u00a0heroes, two extra maps, and new customisation items. You can buy the For Honor\u00a0soundtrack on iTunes, Google Play, or the Sumthing Else website, where you can also preview the entire album. Other recent releases from Sumthing Else include Paul Leonard-Morgan\u2019s thumping score for\u00a0Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War III,\u00a0and\u00a0Ramin Djawadi\u2019s epic\u00a0Gears of War 4 soundtrack.