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[RELEASED] Sci-Fi Music Vol. II - Atmospheric Electronic Music for Immersive Science-Fiction Games

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The Sci-Fi Music Vol. II pack focuses on atmospheric electronic music, perfect for immersive science-fiction games. The serene futuristic mood created by these tracks is the perfect complement to long hours of deep space exploration and fantastic new discoveries.

The pack includes 5 original tracks, as well as a total of 48 loops based on these tracks (long loops for simple use and short loops for custom/complex music layering).

Unity Asset Store link: https://www.assetstore.unity3d.com/en/#!/content/107699
Unreal Engine Marketplace link: https://www.unrealengine.com/marketplace/sci-fi-music-vol-ii

A 15 seconds preview of each main track is available on Soundcloud:

 

Edited by nihitori

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