Full Persona Soundtracks Are Finally Available On Spotify
With its popularity in the West having spiked dramatically in the past decade or so, the Persona series has become one of the more prominent JRPG franchises thanks to its infusion of style, anime-esque tropes, and a snobbish cat telling you to go the f*** to sleep. The franchise is also widely renowned for its excellent soundtracks, many of which are, at the time of publishing, making their way to Spotify in the next hour or so.
As revealed by @AniPlaylist, Persona is finally joining the reserved list of popular video game franchises with a notable presence on Spotify. As for what’s actually dropping on Spotify, we’re looking at a mix of numbered official OST offerings and a bunch of soundtracks from spin-off titles. The soundtrack for Persona 5 Royal is unfortunately absent from the selection, likely being one of the newer titles in the franchise.
At midnight, on January 5th…
? Persona [Original Soundtracks & more] will be available on @Spotify ❤️
— AniPlaylist (@AniPlaylist) January 4, 2021
Here’s the full list of Persona soundtracks dropping on Spotify:
Main game soundtracks:
- Persona 5 OST
- P4 & Golden OST
- P3 & FES OST
- P2 Sound Collections
Spin-off game soundtracks:
- P4 Dancing All Night OST
- P4 Arena Ultimax OST
- Never More -Reincarnation: Persona 4-
- P3 & P4 Vocal Sound Collection
- PQ & PQ2 OST
- Music FES 2013
- SUPER LIVE 2015
The Persona soundtracks are releasing at midnight on January 5, 2021.
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