Publisher Bethesda Softworks in his microblog released an official statement in response to a recent complaint from DOOM Eternal composer Mick Gordon regarding a problematic soundtrack album for the game.
Remember that the DOOM Eternal album was delayed by almost a month and came out in poor quality: most of the tracks were mixed not by Gordon but by id Software’s Lead Audio Designer Chad Mossholder.
Executive producer Marty Stratton blamed Gordon for what happened. The composer called the allegations false and stated that I did not pay him extra for the work, and then offered a hefty sum for silence.
Bethesda states the truth of Gordon in his speech “unilateral and unfair” regarding the id command, Stretton and Mossholder as well “Rejects the distortion of truth and the selective presentation of incomplete ‘facts'”.
“We are aware of all the details and history of this matter and we offer our strong support to Marty, Chad and the team at id Software… If required, we stand ready to provide full documentary evidence where appropriate.”Bethesda hints at the process.
Gordon’s words, Bethesda says, led to harassment and threats of violence against Stretton, Mossholder and the id team. The publisher considers such attacks unacceptable and asks fans not to draw any conclusions about the composer’s appeal.
It is worth noting that Gordon stressed: Spilling hate on the Internet will not lead to positive changes, it will only aggravate the situation.. In response to Bethesda’s statement, the musician gave the link again to your great message.