No, your ears aren't deceiving you, future Dragon Age II player. That is, in fact, Florence + The Machine, a modern band that sent a re-imagining of its song "I'm Not Calling You a Liar" back through the annals of history to appear in BioWare's upcoming action RPG. The new track, produced by composer Inon Zur, is titled "I'm Not Calling You a Liar (Dragon Age II: Varric's Theme)," but you can hear the non-Dragon Aged version after the break.
Though we love the idea of anachronistic music in games, à la Red Dead Redemption's darkly folksy interlude, not going with a DragonForce track seems like ... a missed opportunity at best.
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