The soundtracks featured in the Persona games will be finally be added to Spotify for all fans to listen to. The soundtracks have long been a big hit among fans, and now they will officially be made available to listen to on the popular streaming service beginning January 5, 2021.
Persona has been around for quite some time now. As a matter of fact, the game will be celebrating its 25th anniversary later this year. The game has introduced plenty of characters that have gone to become fan-favorites as well as a huge selection of sequels, such as Persona 5, which is the franchise’s most recent release. Now, with the new ability to stream the game’s music, more fans could return to the hit series.
Twitter user AniPlaylist, whose account is dedicated to informing fans about upcoming album and song releases from animes that will be available to stream, has posted about the official Persona soundtracks made famous by the franchise.
Soundtracks from the main Persona franchise include original scores and songs from Persona 2, Persona 3, Persona 4, and Persona 5. When discussing spin-offs, AniPlaylist mentioned that Persona 4: Arena Ultimax, Persona 4: Dancing All Night, Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth, and Persona Q2: New Cinema Labyrinth will also have all of their soundtracks available for stream.
There will also be a few concert albums and remixes that will be available to stream as well, so fans of the Persona series that want to listen to a more climactic take on the soundtrack through a more orchestral form will have the opportunity to do soon.
Maybe the game will even start to trend on social media as Persona 3 had done back last December. Back in 2018, the soundtracks from the third, fourth, and fifth Persona games were added to Spotify but was only available in Japan.
Now, with this new playlist, Persona fans from all over the world will get the opportunity to listen to the game’s sensational music for themselves without having to skim through YouTube or elsewhere to get it.
This year is shaping up to be an exciting one for the Persona franchise, especially with the commemoration of the series’ 25th anniversary right over the horizon. Persona used to be generally a Japanese game but became a hit in the western countries over time, as most games overseas tend to do.
With the release of Persona 5 in 2017, the game achieved mainstream success, with several players becoming loyal fans of its music as well. Now, they will have the opportunity to stream all of its soundtracks, just like the Japanese fans of the game.