I will leave you guys with a video about the Music of Diablo IV and what we might expect in the future from the game itself.
The music in the cinematic trailer is made by Ryan Amon, the author of music for games like Assassin's Creed Unity and Bloodborne. His music can also be heard in movies like: Elysium, Blackhat and Chappie.
Here are some soundscapes that might suggest how Diablo IV may sound like if he makes more, a deep dive into how he makes epic pieces.
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Yeah, I don't know if they might change composer for each Expansion, so when its time for Tristram again, and perhaps new Tristram, we will get the old vibes back, or really the original music as is. Remade is an option. I like Tristram more then New Tristram, even though they have similarities.
Also, if they would have other composers, I would've loved them for actually cover smaller areas, instead of full game or expansion. The music in the cinematic fits well, but as an atmosphere I think we need a variety. How that would work is up to the developers, and having many composers might be expensive, but they could always make commissions for it, keep the costs low and so on. I guess they have less control if so. It would be cool to get a pure change in tone when we go from land to land.