The Valorant in-game track for Episode 5 is now available for download on popular music streaming platform Spotify. The music streaming service has a huge audio library with over 400 million streamers using the platform every single day.
Riot Games has previously released tracks on the platform for its titles. Valorant fans looking forward to enjoying the songs this holiday season can do so in a number of ways.
This article will guide users on how to download and stream all the tracks of Episode 5 on Spotify.
How to Download Valorant Episode 5 Tracks on Spotify
The popular audio streaming service Spotify has millions of users who regularly stream and download music on the platform. Riot Games’ music team has ensured that the tracks from Episode 5 have found their way into the Swedish supplier’s audio streaming library.
Here’s how players can download Episode 5 tracks from the platform:
- You must have a premium Spotify account to enjoy the download services.
- Click on the link from the official Twitter handle of Riot Games Music which leads to a website with the available platforms and select Spotify.
- When you open Spotify from the app, look for the download icon at the top of the album next to the heart icon.
- Clicking on it will download the songs so you can enjoy them later even without data or internet connection.
Users should be aware that the platform does not support downloads for individual songs. This means that the entire MV//MNT album must be downloaded. This can be done on all devices where the audio streaming platform is supported. Once downloaded, users can enjoy the tracks online or offline.
However, only premium users can enjoy the download feature. Users who do not have a premium account can stream the tracks, but with commercial interruptions.
Valorant Episode 5 featured a hefty amount of content for players. From a brand new underwater map to a new control agent from India, episode 5 has been anything but fun.
Apart from the popular music platform, Episode 5 tracks are available on four other audio streaming platforms – Apple Music, Amazon Music, YouTube Music and Deezer. Users who do not have an active Spotify premium subscription can choose these audio streaming services.
Soundtracks are an important part of video games and add to a game’s atmosphere. Riot Games Music has ensured that Valorant enthusiasts around the world can enjoy the creative tunes produced for the title.
Before 2023 brings new updates and patches, players can still enjoy similar exciting content in Valorant during the holiday season. It remains to be seen what the future holds for free-to-play first-person tactical hero shooters.