The cyberpunk action game that’s scored by Marty O’Donnell, Michael Salvatori, and Paul Sebastien.

The soundtrack to the 2001 third-person action game Oni is available now digitally.

Award-winning composer Marty O’Donnell (Halo: Combat Evolved and Destiny) has added the soundtrack – which is co-composed with long-time collaborator Michael Salvatori (Myth II: Soulblighter and Destiny 2) and Paul Sebastien (formerly of Psykosonik and current member of Basic Pleasure Model) – to Bandcamp where it can be purchased and streamed.

The soundtrack comprises 16 tracks of predominantly electronica music with techno, breakbeat, and jungle elements.

The cyberpunk game is inspired by ’90s anime and puts players in the role of Konoko, an elite member of the tech crimes task force who finds herself haunted by the past. Gameplay includes hand-to-hand and weapon-based combat.

Oni is developed by Bungie and was released for macOS and Windows; the game was also ported to PlayStation 2 by Rockstar Canada.