As one of the most anticipated video games in history, 'Call of Duty: Black Ops II' is set to make an enormous impact in the world of gaming on Nov. 13. Along with what promises to be a unique gaming experience, the musical score for 'Black Ops II' was created by Nine Inch Nails mastermind Trent Reznor.

The first 'Call of Duty: Black Ops' game had broken the record of the largest ever entertainment launch in history within any form of entertainment, breaking the record 24 hours after its release and bringing in a staggering $650 million within five days of its release. That record has now been surpassed by 'Call of Duty: Modern Warfare III.'

With a true artistic desire to be a part of yet another groundbreaking moment in the entertainment world, Reznor jumped at the chance to create the score for 'Black Ops II.' "I look at video games as a true art form," begins Reznor. "The chance to be involved in something like this is exciting to me. I feel its every bit as viable as film work or music or anything else. The games have gotten more intense and more realistic and more engrossing and deeper. Video game culture has expanded into the largest form of entertainment."

"I was watching the Oscars last year and I see Trent Reznor win the Academy Award," says 'Black Ops II' director Dave Anthony. "A year later, I see him walking around Treyarch [game developers], and I think to myself, 'Am I dreaming? Trent Reznor is creating the score for our video game.'"

The entire 40+ song soundtrack will be given its own individual release on Nov. 13. Reznor's soundtrack, which also features an original score by Jack Wall, will also come with the physical edition of the game.

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