The full 86-song Grand Theft Auto V soundtrack surfaced online via Spotify, confirming that one of the hottest video games of 2013 features the likes of Muse, Def Leppard and Elton John on its radio stations.
The game was officially released yesterday (September 17), reportedly taking the GTA franchise to a new level and garnering unanimous praise from both fans and critics. As Digital Spy reports, a hefty marketing and development budget of $265 million made it the most expensive game of all time. However, estimated earnings of over $1.6 billion are bound to compensate the expenses.
As for the tunes, the list of rockers also includes the Cult, Foreigner, Steve Miller Band, Doobie Brothers, Suicidal Tendencies, hardcore punks Black Flag and more.
GTA V is currently available on Xbox 360 and Sony Playstation 3 only, with rumors of PC edition constantly circulating the web. Speaking of which, an online petition demanding the game to be released on PC has almost reached its 500,000th signature. Check out the soundtrack below.
So what do you think of the songs? And more importantly, have you played the game yet? Let us know in the comments.