'FIFA 21' will have two soundtracks including a collection primarily meant for 'Volta'.
EA Sports has unveiled the full soundtrack for this year's game just over a week before its October 9 release date, with more than 100 artists from 23 different countries represented.
The main in-game playlist will be accompanied by another collection of music which will largely be used in the street football-style game mode.
The later - which specifically highlights electronic, grime and hip hop artists - can also be accessed in both FIFA Ultimate Team and Career Mode by switching in-game settings.
The main soundtrack includes the likes of Tame Impala ('Is It True'), Dua Lipa ('Love Is Religion' [The Blessed Madonna Remix]), Celeste ('Stop This Flame') and Royal Blood ('Trouble's Coming').
The 'Volta' collection features tracks by Dave ('Location'), Charli XCX ('Anthems'), Little Simz ('Offence'), Mac Miller ('Blue World') and many more.
In an announcement, EA said: "The all-new soundtrack to 'FIFA 21' - featuring tracks by more than 100 artists from 23 different countries - now defines global culture like never before.
"The 'FIFA 21' Soundtrack features massive new music from established artists and hot newcomers, while the VOLTA FOOTBALL Soundtrack drives street action with the latest and greatest in grime, electronic and hip-hop."
Both lists are available to stream on Spotify, Deezer and Apple Music.