In a recent interview with Game Developer, Japanese composer and producer Rika Muranaka said that Hideo Kojima really wanted the music for Metal Gear Solid 2 to be written by Hans Zimmer. By her According to, the sequel had a big budget, so the team approached Zimmer with an offer to work on the project, but was refused — he was not settled by the fee. In the end Metal Gear Solid 2 fell into the hands of British composer Harry Gregson-Williams, who was just beginning his career at the time.
It was he who became the author of the franchise‘s best-known compositions, going on to work on Snake Eater, Guns of the Patriots, Ground Zeroes and The Phantom Pain. Incidentally, Muranaka herself worked on the soundtrack of the first MGS.
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