Capcom is spoiling fans this week with a huge new announcement that will make many fans of their game extremely happy, and it concerns music streaming service Spotify. As of now Capcom has posted a ton of the music and soundtracks from their most iconic game franchises onto Spotify.
Capcom has been on a real uptick these last couple of years. With the stellar release of Monster Hunter: World, itself pushing Capcom to its most profitable year ever, was just the beginning of the great year that was 2018 for the Japanese company. Their most recent major title, a full remake of the classic survival horror game Resident Evil 2, is being billed as one of the best games of 2019. And we just got into 2019, so that’s an amazingly good sign.
And now, Capcom has given fans quite the gift ahead of Valentine’s Day. The list of franchises on the Spotify page is too massive to list here, but here are some highlights: Monster Hunter, Devil May Cry, the Ace Attorney games, Mega Man, and many others. Seriously, go take a look at the full list.
There is some minor bad news though. Since the licensing deal for some of these tracks only extends to certain regions, some of the songs are region-locked to users in the US. Clever fans could get around this with a decent VPN that supports high-bandwidth usage and doesn’t leak source IPs. Which is pretty much any major premium VPN provider out there these days.
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