Square Enix is releasing the official Final Fantasy XIV: Shadowbringers soundtrack, which features over 80s songs from the recent update.
For fans awaiting an official way to listen to their favorite tracks from the recent major update Final Fantasy XIV: Shadowbringers, Square Enix brings good news. The original soundtrack will launch on September 11, 2019, as revealed by the SQEX MUSIC Twitter account in a recent status update:
【更新のお知らせ】お待たせしました。『SHADOWBRINGERS: FINAL FANTASY XIV Original Soundtrack』(2019年9月11日(水)発売)の≪インストアイベントの詳細≫と≪トラックリスト≫を特設サイトにて公開！
今回のイベントは3会場。Keikoさんも出演予定です！#FF14 https://t.co/NUsYn8SNB4 pic.twitter.com/OqmeTTcZ7O
— SQEX MUSIC (@sem_sep) August 16, 2019
The tweet above details in-store events for the release, with three venues planned. The singer Keiko, who along with Yoshimi Tsujimoto performed one of the tracks “Crimson Sunset,” will be attending the events as well.
And according to the official website, the CD includes songs from Patch 4.4 and later that were not included in the previous Stormblood: Final Fantasy XIV Original Soundtrack. It also includes a full tracklist of all the songs featured in the album, including both the Japanese and English titles for each song.
The album will be on Blu-ray and will cost 5,000 yen (a little less than $50). You can preorder the album now on various websites, including the North American and European Square Enix stores. Which is great news for overseas fans who often get overlooked when it comes to OST releases.
Recently Square Enix revealed two other unique offerings for fans: a cafe with Final Fantasy XIV-style food and drinks as well as a service that allows people to fulfill their dream of a beautiful themed wedding ceremony.
Meanwhile, be sure to check out our official review of Final Fantasy XIV: Shadowbringers here, as well as our E3 2019 interview with Final Fantasy XIV director Naoki Yoshida here. Final Fantasy XIV: Shadowbringers is available now for PS4 and PC.
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