Official Grand Theft Auto playlists come to Spotify
Not all tracks are available on music streaming service, but almost every GTA radio station features in some form.
Rockstar Games has assembled Spotify playlists for many of the radio stations featured across the Grand Theft Auto series.
The developer has included the soundtracks to Grand Theft Auto IV and the follow-up Episodes From Liberty City, alongside the PlayStation 2-era trilogy San Andreas, Vice City, and Grand Theft Auto III.
Music from handheld titles Liberty City Stories, Vice City Stories, and Chinatown Wars is also provided.
Some tracks are absent or subject to regional restrictions, though Rockstar said, "We're hoping to be able to add the original songs within our control where possible soon."
A full list of links, including iTunes playlists, can be found on Rockstar's site.
Rockstar also points to its page for The Advertising Council as a growing repository for the series' satirical radio advertisements, currently promising that the commercials to Grand Theft Auto IV are coming soon.
For more information on Grand Theft Auto V, check out GameSpot's previous coverage.
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