Kojima Productions composer Ludvig Forssell leaves to go freelance

Composer hopes to tackle projects across all types of media.

Ludvig Forssell

Ludvig Forssell, who has worked as an in-house composer and audio director for Kojima Productions since April 2011, has left the company to go freelance, he announced.

“After 10 years working in-house as a composer / audio director at Kojima Productions, I’m excited to announce that I’ll be pursuing my future as a freelance composer,” Forssell said in a tweet. “It’s been a blast! Thanks, Kojima Productions! Now, I’m happy to tackle a variety of projects in all types of media.”

Forssell also launched an official website featuring samples of his work and a contact form for business inquires.

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