Top 10 Essential Assassin’s Creed Soundtracks

What's the best tune in this epic franchise? Ezio's Family? The theme from Black Flag? Listen and find out on our Top 10 Essential Assassin's Creed Soundtracks.

TOP 10 ESSENTIAL ASSASSIN'S CREED SOUNDTRACKS

Introduction

Assassin’s Creed has been known to have a lackluster soundtracks overall, but the tracks that do stand out, my god, are they good! Here’s Top 10 of the Essential Assassin’s Creed soundtracks that you need to listen to today!

Note: all of the songs are linked from Ubiloud’s official YouTube channel, if you like the music, pleae consider buying the full release.

10. Assassin’s Creed Brotherhood: The Brotherhood Escapes – Jesper Kyd

 
One of the more action-packed songs on this list, it starts off with a bang and keeps the rhythm at a relentless pace with some complementary choirwork to go along with the banging drums.

9. ASsASSIN’S CREED BROTHERHOOD: City of Rome – Jesper Kyd


A more atmospheric track with subtle ambiance to go with the setting of Roman outskirts.

8. Assassin’s Creed II: Florence Tarantella – Jesper Kyd


A more folk-inspired song, which is heard during the quiet (and murderous) strolls through the colorful streets of Florence.

7. Assassin’s Creed Rogue: Main Theme – Elitsa Alexandrova


A very welcome throwback to Ezio’s Family, re-done in a more adventurous style akin to Black Flag.

6. Assassin’s Creed IV Black Flag: Main Theme – Brian Tyler


Speaking of Black Flag, the Main Theme is magnificently composed, having that open-seas vibe much like Hans Zimmer’s Pirates of The Caribbean score.

5. Assassin’s Creed Revelations: Labored and Lost – Jesper Kyd & Lorne Balfe


Labored and Lost is the epic, big-scale, loud choir track that rams you in the face with massive orchestration and it’s just wondrous.

4. ASSaSSIN’S CREED IV BLACK FLAG: Pyrates Beware – Brian Tyler

 

A tense song with lots of screeching fiddles and a masterful interlude in the middle that you’ll be humming for a while.

3. Assassin’s Creed III: Fight Club – Lorne Balfe


One of my personal favorites, this track has a very strong high-production-value celtic vibe worthy of any pub crawl, just request this at a bar and get piss drunk! Note: There’s a very well made 10-minute long extended version of this track, so make sure to check that out as well.

2. Assassin’s Creed II: Venice Rooftops – Jesper Kyd


You might remember this from the rooftop race sequences, which the track captures marvelously. A tight race against time on Venetian rooftops. Perfecto!

1. Assassin’s Creed II: Ezio’s Family – Jesper Kyd


Who am I kidding, we all knew this would be on the top spot! Haunting vocals, mesmerizing strings and incredibly atmospheric piano performances bring this amazing composition together, encapsulating what Assassin’s Creed II was about – an orphaned teenager in search for vengeance of his family. Ezio’s Family – a track that will not be forgotten anytime soon.

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