Daniel Licht, a composer obliged for a scores of Dishonored and Dishonored 2 has died of cancer, aged 60-years-old.
Licht was maybe best famous for scoring all 8 seasons of renouned crime poser array Dexter, winning awards for it and his work on medical play Body of Proof.
As reported by Variety, many of Licht’s scores featured in a fear genre—with Hellraiser: Bloodline, dual Amityville movies, and NBC’s 1998 instrumentation of Aldous Huxley’s Brave New World among his credits. Similarly, Licht stoical song for a PlayStation 3’s Silent Hill: Downpour and a PS Vita’s Silent Hill: Book of Memories.
Licht’s work on Arkane and Bethesda’s Dishonored and PC Gamer Game of a Year 2016 Dishonored 2 is what a composer is best famous for within a videogame spectrum. Tributes from other diversion composers have seemed on amicable media.
Shocked to hear of a genocide of crony / co-worker Dan Licht. What a honestly kind male he was, and good musician:https://t.co/AkWEo4zUxuAugust 4, 2017
According to The Wrap, Licht is survived by his mom Hilary Kimblin Licht, son Kian, his mother, dual brothers, his sister and several nieces and nephews.