Jory Prum, a long-running audio expert of the games industry, has sadly passed at at the age of 41.
Prum is known for his work with LucasArts, Telltale Games, Double Fine and more, and has provided voice overs, music and more for well over 100 games, according to Eurogamer.
He was involved in a motorcycle accident earlier this month, with a GoFundMe campaign started to help raise money towards his recovery. However, Double Fine founder Tim Schafer revealed that Prum died over the weekend.
Prum has also worked in films on releases such as Lost in Translation, Adaptation and Pixar short For The Birds. His most recent work in games included Telltale's The Walking Dead, as well as the Grim Fandango and Day of the Tentacle remasters.