Halo 5: Guardians' release date is right around the corner (Oct. 27, 2015), which means we'll finally get to experience some of the most anticipated gameplay of the year in the Xbox One exclusive. This Microsoft title from developer 343 Industries involved the hunt for Master Chief by the Spartan Locke, which is sure to be some of the most intense and thriller cinematic scenes in any video game. In order to really get the point across, composer Kazuma Jinnouchi came in and created the game's score, mixing classical compositions with the action of the gameplay. You can listen to an online stream of Halo 5's soundtrack right here!

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We recently reported on the gameplay launch trailer for the video game, which featured the Muse song "Knights of Cydonia." Add in the actual score to the game and we can say that the music of this game is pretty epic!

Considering the amount of gameplay and cinematics in this game, there's plenty of music to enjoy on this soundtrack. There are 39 tracks in total. 343 Industries shared the full soundtrack this week, which is sure to get you excited for the game's release next week.

Listen to the Halo 5: Guardians soundtrack in full right here (via Soundcloud / IGN):

As you can hear by going through the tracks of this soundtrack, Halo 5: Guardians won't hold back much in regards to tension, explosiveness and much more. There's definitely a sense of urgency felt throughout the score, so we can't wait to see the story of the game match up with the music.

On top of the campaing mode, there's also online multiplayer gameplay to look forward to, but which mode are you going to play? Let us know in the comments section below!