To commemorate the franchise’s 13th anniversary, Bandai Namco announced God Eater series soundtracks are available now on music streaming services including Spotify.
Bandai Namco recently celebrated the series’ 13th anniversary by unveiling a new illustration by God Eater character designer Koichi Itakura. The company did not reveal new developments for the God Eater series, but the series is expected to continue onward. However, fans may now enjoy their favorite God Eater tunes on popular music streaming platforms.
All four God Eater soundtracks (God Eater, God Eater Burst, God Eater 2 + Rage Burst, and God Eater 3) are available now to stream worldwide. These soundtracks amount to a combined total of 153 songs, which is roughly five and a half hours of playback. Fans may access these soundtracks via the NexTone link here, which includes links to Apple Music, Spotify, and YouTube Music.
God Eater is defined by its action RPG combat where players use God Arc weapons, which transform to suit different combat scenarios. Most recently, God Eater 3 players would use God Arc weapons to battle against Aragami, dangerous monsters that have devastated the world and threaten the remnants of humanity. These weapons come in different forms includes sword, scythes, lances, and even sniper rifles. Further, each God Arc weapon has its own strengths and weaknesses to adjust to.
Lastly, God Eater 3 is available now for Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and PC via Steam worldwide.
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