Composer Daniel Licht, famous for his work on radio array Dexter and video games including Dishonored and Silent Hill: Book of Memories, has died during age 60, according to member for a artist.
Licht’s genocide was reportedly due to a singular form of cancer that had usually recently been discovered. He is survived by his mother Hilary and son Kian.
Licht’s worked frequently in scoring fear films, including Hellraiser: Bloodline and Stephen King’s Thinner. He after worked extensively in radio on shows such as Dexter, Body of Proof and The Blacklist. His video diversion work includes Dishonored, Dishonored 2, Silent Hill: Book of Memories and Silent Hill: Downpour.
On Twitter, Dishonored array creator and Arkane Studios co-director Harvey Smith said, “So unhappy to hear of Daniel Licht’s passing. Dishonored would not be a same but Dan’s music.”