Spotify Now Has A Portal Dedicated Solely To Video Game Music

There’s a lot more to the music in video games than that song from Tetris: whether it’s the tunes blasting straight from the game or the playlist you use to gear up for a marathon gaming session, music can make all the difference. Spotify has caught on to this, and has launched a new portal designed to put all that music in one spot.

The Spotify Gaming subsection features a collection of original soundtracks from popular games like Minecraft, Call of Duty, Grand Theft Auto, and the Halo series. These OSTs were on Spotify before, but now they’re all in one category instead of scattered throughout the service.

There are also curated playlists featured on the portal, which gamers can choose from to get in just the right mood for a productive gaming session.

“Find curated playlists like Power Gaming, RetroWave and Top Gaming Tracks as well as hundreds of gaming titles, covering everything from nostalgic 80’s mono tunes to the hottest new releases such as No Man’s Sky, Fallout 4 and Uncharted 4 – and we’re only just getting started,” Spotify said in a press release.

The platform also includes “exclusively curated guest playlists by gaming profiles like Day[9] and Sneaky Zebra,” Spotify ays.

The Gaming catogory will be available in Browse across all platforms, including iOS, Android, desktop, and PlayStation, as of Friday.

Now, to get that Tetris song out of my head.

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