Overload Soundtrack Available on Steam

Wednesday, May 9th, 2018

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Hello, video game soundtrack fans! Revival Productions would like you to know that the soundtrack of their upcoming game, Overload, is now available on Steam.

Overload is the spiritual successor to Parallax Software’s Descent, and Descent 2, and like those games is a hardcore tunnel shooter. Revival Productions is made up of the same team that made those games, so if you enjoyed them Overload should be in good hands. Even the game soundtrack is composed by Dan Wentz, Allister Brimble and Jeffy Berlongieri who, you guessed it, composed the soundtrack for the Descent games as well.

Overload will be released on PC, Mac, and Linux on May 31st through Steam with console versions out later this year. It is currently in Early Access so if you want in now the option is available for $24.99 USD. Check out the press release below:


Today, the team behind the 90s classic Descent, and the upcoming spiritual successor to it, Overload, releases the official Overload soundtrack, available on Steam. Overload, which releases for PC/Mac/Linux on May 31 (console versions releasing this year), is a six-degree-of-freedom tunnel shooter.

Overload is a hardcore game but once you master the spaceship flight sim aspect, you will be feeling the need for speed and ready to blast your opponents while listening to the heart pumping soundtrack featuring original jams from Descent series composers Dan Wentz, Allister Brimble and Jeffy Berlongieri.

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