The second episode of “PC Gaming Trance” is here, featuring music from Solarstone and LNQ, and gameplay footage from Call of Duty: WWII. For this episode, I wanted to experiment with two of my most favourite depressive trance tracks. Normally I’d label this small mix as ‘Melancholic’, however I believe the word ‘Depression’ suits war best.
So, contrary to the first episode that had uplifting trance music, this one has more feeling. The first track is “Solar Stone vs Sirocco – Destination (Original Mix)” while the second (starts at 6:55) is “LNQ – People I Used To Know (Original Mix)”.
As I’ve already said, this video series features uncut gameplay footage. There is no montage here. As such, I was really amazed when the music and the game synced so perfectly at 1:52 and 3:48.
But anyway, the video may give you a completely different perspective of Call of Duty: WWII. I think that the mellow melodies of both Destination and People I Used To Know match great with this new Call of Duty game, especially on the highest difficulty where you have to be extra careful.
Things will get more dreamy in the third episode, so stay tuned for more.