Undertale’s Toby Fox composed Scarlet and Violet’s overworld theme: If you were nodding along with the music in the latest Pokémon Scarlet and Violet video. It’s because Undertale creator Toby Fox contributed to the game’s soundtrack.
In a tweet, Fox announced that he wrote “the field music” for Pokémon Scarlet and Violet. A portion of it may heard in the trailer. However, it’s unclear whether Fox created pieces.
The composer went on to say that his contribution to the following games has divided into many variants. Which players will hear throughout the game.
In a cheeky remark, the Undertale author added that “a few more Toby Fox tunes will emerge in the game. He hopes players look forward to it since “this time, my music is not optional.”
Toby Fox has had a musical relationship with the Pokémon games before; after producing the soundtrack for producer Title Freak’s game Little Town Hero. The game designer made a piece for Pokémon Sword and Pokémon Shield.
Toby Fox’s road to creating music for Pokémon games began when he was 16 years old and made EarthBound ROM hacks in RPG Maker. As a result, he composed the music for Homestuck and produced one of his most notable projects to date, Undertale, which is widely regarded as one of the most influential games in recent years.
Nintendo published the second teaser for Pokémon Scarlet and Violet, which confirmed the November release date for the upcoming open-world Pokémon games and a slew of other facts.
The game’s opponent, exclusive professors in both versions, multiplayer with up to four players, and new Pokémon are among them. As is the revelation of the game’s title cover Legendaries.