Play station: Irish recording artist Éabha McMahon revealed in an interview that she recently worked on producing a song for a Play station game remake. The information comes from Push Square.
McMahon, who also goes by her stage name AVA, reportedly told WLR FM radio that she was invited by composer Michael McGlynn to work on a new version of a PS game.
AVA revealed that McGlynn had approached her about making a song in Irish for a “big” Play station title. She also stated that the composer’s daughter took over the vocals for her Irish music.
So today’s recording is ANÚNA (#Anuna) It’s a recording of Michael McGrin’s daughter Ashlyn 🥰 I also took a remote photo before it started 📸 Ashlyn will sing and Michael will direct! Tension explodes before it even starts! mau pic.twitter.com/FbabwULcOU
— PROCYON STUDIO August 30, 2021
The artist was not aware of the game world and could not go into more details, but is said to have said that the game in question should be announced at the end of the year, by Christmas.
The announcement period mentioned by AVA may mean we’ll have more details during this year’s edition of The Game Awards. A lot of games will be shown at the event, so it wouldn’t be strange to see the mysterious remake appear there.
The lack of details also raises questions about the game’s origins. Is it a Play station Studio production or a third party? And would the game be exclusive to the PS5, or would it include the Play station 4 – or even other platforms?