The Persona soundtracks will soon be available on Spotify.
It has been announced that gamers will be able to listen to the Persona franchise's soundtracks on Spotify soon. On Twitter, the AniPlaylist account tweeted that the soundtracks will be available on the music streaming service on January 5th. The soundtracks to most of the main series will be available, including Persona 5, Persona 4 and Golden, Persona 3 and FES, and Persona 2. The scores to Persona 5 Royal and the first Persona title were not mentioned in the tweet.
It was also revealed that a number of the soundtracks from the spin-offs of the franchise will be making their way to Spotify as well. This includes the Persona 4: Dancing All Night and Persona 4 Arena Ultimax soundtracks. However, the tweet does not mention the soundtracks to Persona 3: Dancing in Moonlight or Persona 5: Dancing in Starlight.
Next month the latest title in the Persona franchise, Persona 5 Strikers, will release for PC, PlayStation 4, and Nintendo Switch. The game will be playable on the PlayStation 5 through backwards compatibility. Strikers is a musou-style title that will have players take on waves of enemies. Though the game will feature musou elements, it will keep aspects of Persona 5's RPG systems. This means that the JRPG's team-based combat, elemental affinities, all-out attacks, and persona abilities will all be present in Strikers, as well as the original game's art style. The social aspect that Persona games are known for will also be a part of Strikers, allowing players to explore various parts of Japan with other members of the Phantom Thieves.
Persona 5 Royal is currently available for the PlayStation 4. Persona 4 Golden is available on PC through Steam. Persona 5 Strikers will be available for PC, PlayStation 4, and the Nintendo Switch on February 23rd.