For the past few weeks, the online multiplayer game "Wizard 101" has been toying with its users. The expansion pack – called "Wintertusk" – came with a soundtrack that the developer teased was from a well-known musician, but it wouldn't say who.
The guessing game can now end, though: Nick Jonas is the artist behind the music.
Jonas spent two months creating the soundtrack, composing seven pieces of environmental music for the game.
“This was a first for me," he said in a statement. "I never produced or wrote music for a game or in this case, a whole world before. So I jumped at the chance to work with KingsIsle. It was very cool to be part of a project that allowed me to help create the mood for Wintertusk and interact with an audience in an entirely new way.”
"Wizard 101" doesn't boast numbers on the scale of "World of Warcraft," but with 15 million registered users, it's hardly small potatoes.