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Ubisoft announces another partnership with HITRECORD for game music, soliciting musical submissions from the community for WATCH DOGS: Legions. As explained in this video (NSFW), this is similar to the content they sought last year for Beyond Good and Evil 2. They are offering compensation for music that's used in the upcoming action game, but this is not without some controversy. Although HITRECORD founder Joseph Gordon-Levitt is a union member, GamesIndustry.biz notes a "multitude" of composers and developers are urging players not to take part in what they call "exploitative" and "underpaid" spec work. Gordon-Levitt disputed this complaint last time around in an essay on Medium, but this has not stopped a chapter of the Game Workers Union and other professionals from raising objections. Word is:
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