Capcom’s Devil May Cry 5 released earlier this month, which was met with great adoration from fans. The fast-paced action game also was accompanied by a soundtrack that was a force to be reckoned with.
Devil May Cry 5 Soundtrack Now Available on Spotify as well as Digital Purchase
If you found yourself bopping along to the Devil May Cry 5 high energy soundtrack while playing, you’ll be pleased to know that the whole album is now available on Spotify. Capcom announced that the full soundtrack is also available to purchase on digital platforms such as iTunes, Amazon and Google Play.
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The full list of DMC 5 music consists of 136 tracks that is a mix of full as well as instrumental tracks, which will take you almost 5 hours to get through. This also includes the “Devil Trigger” intro track so now you can rock out Ssstylishly no matter where you are.
You can check out the full list here via Spotify which is found under the Capcom Sound Team:
It was just last week when Capcom announced via the official Devil May Cry 5 twitter account that there would a be a free update on April 1st called Bloody Palace. This new DLC will put players against waves of enemies and bosses, while they take on the challenge against the clock. In DMC5 you will get to play as either Dante, Nero or V to take on the onslaught of demons.
Devil May Cry 5 is available to play on Playstation 4, Xbox One and PC. The free update Bloody Palace arrives on April 1st.
For more DMC5 news be sure to read next Devil May Cry 5 To Receive First DLC This April and Devil May Cry 5: The Animated Series Now Free On The US Playstation Store. If you’re currently slaying you’re way through demons, be sure to use our Devil May Cry 5 All Bosses Guide and Devil May Cry 5 All Weapons Guide. You can also find out what we thought about the game in Devil May Cry 5 Review: Ssstylish Perfection.