Ivor Novello win for Killzone 2

Killzone 2 has been awarded the inaugural Ivor Novello Award for best original video game score.

The soundtrack to the Guerilla Games title, composed by Joris de Man, won the inaugural games-facing award at the event which rewards song writers and composers for their work in various fields.

It was lobbying from famed games composer Richard Jacques that saw Ivor Novello add a games award this year.

Killzone’s award was handed out this afternoon at an event in London that also featured stars like Lily Allen and Paolo Nutini take home prizes.

Story originally published on Develop

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