The SINoALICE original soundtrack is now available to stream on Spotify and other free streaming services. As part of the third anniversary of the Japanese release of the game, the original soundtrack has been made available to stream. This includes all regions, as the original soundtrack has been made available worldwide. [Thanks, Famitsu!]
If you’re not keen on Spotify, other streaming services have the original soundtrack as well. These include Apple Music, Amazon Music, and LINE MUSIC. Like other Yoko Taro works, the SINoALICE original soundtrack is scored by none other than Keiichi Okabe. So whether or not you’re familiar with SINoALICE, if you’ve enjoyed the music in the NieR and Drakengard series this original soundtrack is worth giving a listen to on Spotify at the very least.
Pre-registration for SINoALICE opened in May 2020. After receiving numerous delays, this mobile game will be coming to audiences outside of Japan at long last. Originally intended to release in July 2019, the worldwide launch was suspended up until recently. Pokelabo, the company that is now helming the international release of SINoALICE also announced a NieR: Automata and NieR: Replicant collaboration event. The NieR: Automata collaboration event will include a scenario written by Yoko Taro.
SINoALICE will come to Android and Apple iOS devices outside Japan on July 1, 2020. Pre-registration is open on both platforms. It has been available in Japan since June 2017.