E3 2019: Final Fantasy Soundtracks Now Available to Stream

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Final Fantasy OST | Square Enix Music LogoEver wish that you could cruise down the freeway while listing to “One Winged Angel”? Maybe you’d prefer to pretend that your car is a chocobo and listen to a bit of chocobo riding music. Either way, you’ll be able to do just that starting tonight. Square Enix’s announced tonight that all Final Fantasy series soundtracks are now available through all major music streaming outlets including Apple Music, Spotify, Amazon Music, and more. It’s also been noted that soundtracks for other Square Enix series will releasing in the near future as well. For more information on the Square Enix Music record label and its new announcement, have a look at the E3 trailer below.

Each Final Fantasy soundtrack not only includes the original mixes, but a number of special arranged versions as well. To stay up to date on announcements related to Square Enix Music, the company has opened up an official Discord server specific to the record label. Be sure to stay tuned as more information is made available for even more additions in the coming months.

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