Paul McCartney's 'Hope,' For Videogame 'Destiny,' To Be Released As Single
September 12, 2014 at 1:15 PM (PT)
Add videogame songwriter to ROCK AND ROLL HALL OF FAME legend PAUL McCARTNEY's resume. The one-time BEATLE's new song, "Hope," for the smash hit videogame "Destiny," which came out earlier this week, will be released before the end of the year after today's online link.
Years in the making, "Destiny" is easily the most anticipated entertainment property of 2014. Earlier this week, fans were queuing through the night to get their first glimpse, with stores across the world opening early in order to meet the demand.
Made by BUNGIE, the studio behind "Halo," and published by ACTIVISION, the company that brought you "Call Of Duty," "Destiny" is expected to change the gaming industry.
McCARTNEY penned the game's end title theme song, "Hope," as well as worked on the soundtrack. This is the first time that he has ever written for a computer game. This week, following the game's release, "Hope" started to appear on the Internet.
Produced by GILES MARTIN, "Hope" will get an official release later in the year with more details to be announced in the coming weeks.