In celebration of the sixth anniversary of Fate/Grand Order, Type-Moon announced that its music will appear on streaming services. Sixteen soundtracks will become available worldwide from July 30, 2021. Over 120 regions will be able to access them from services like Spotify and Apple Music. Aside from Fate properties, you will be able to listen to the soundtracks for Mahoutsukai no Yoru and Kara no Kyoukai.
As this is to commemorate Fate/Grand Order’s sixth anniversary, it is of little surprise that quite a number of the list comprises of music from the game. The full list of soundtracks that people can access from the Type-Moon via streaming services will be:
- Fate/Grand Order Original Soundtrack I
- Fate/Grand Order Original Soundtrack II
- Fate/Grand Order Original Soundtrack III
- Fate/Grand Order Original Soundtrack IV
- Fate/Grand Order Orchestra Performed by Tokyo Symphony Orchestra
- Fate/Grand Order Orchestra Concert -Live Album- Performed by Tokyo Symphony Orchestra
- Fate/Grand Order Waltz in the MOONLIGHT/LOSTROOM song material
- Fate/Zero Original Soundtrack
- Fate/stay night [Unlimited Blade Works Original Soundtrack
- Fate/stay night [Realta Nua] Soundtrack Reproduction
- Fate/Extra CCC Original Soundtrack (reissue)
- Fate/EXTELLA Original Soundtrack
- The Garden of sinners – Kara no Kyoukai movie version soundtrack collection
- Lord El-Melloi II’s Case Files: Rail Zeppelin Grace Note Original Soundrack
- Mahoutsukai no Yoru Original Soundtrack
- Mahoutsukai no Yoru Original Soundtrack Reptition
Currently, the global version of Fate/Grand Order is celebrating its fourth anniversary with new low-rarity Servantss such as Jason and Salome. The Japanese version had a stream to announce information on part 2 of Lostbelt 6.
Fate/Grand Order is readily available worldwide on mobile devices. Type-Moon and Fate/Grand Order music will appear on streaming services starting on July 30, 2021.