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Paul McCartney’s next project: Video games

Paul McCartney’s next project: Video games

PAUL McCARTNEY: The former Beatle is branching out to the world of video games. Photo: Associated Press

NEW YORK (AP) — Paul McCartney is branching out into music for video games.

The New York Times reports McCartney wrote the score for the video game “Destiny,” out Sept. 9.

McCartney also wrote the game’s theme song, which he will release as a single after the game comes out.

The game is a first-person shooter set in the last city on earth after an alien invasion.

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