Chrono Cross Remaster Vinyl Album

Chrono Cross Remaster Vinyl Soundtrack Includes New Song

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Square Enix will release a special vinyl album for the Chrono Cross remaster soundtrack. The Chrono Cross: The Radical Dreamers Edition vinyl album will feature a total of eight songs. One of them is an entirely new song, with the other seven tracks being new arrangements of classic songs from the game. It is available to pre-order through the Square Enix Japanese e-Store. It will cost 4,180 yen ($34) and will release on June 22, 2022. The Chrono Cross remaster vinyl album will be available to purchase in North America and Europe according to the promotional website.

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The album will have a total of two sides, with four tracks split between each. You can check out the full Chrono Cross remaster soundtrack track list below, in addition to some previews in a video.

Side A:

  • “Dreams of the Past, Memories of my Soul”
  • Chrono Cross – Scars of Time -“
  • “A Dream Never Forgotten”
  • “A Vow of Wind and Dreams”

Side B:

  • “Sailing (Another World)”
  • “Termina (Another World)”
  • “Bound by Fate”
  • “Fossil Valley”

Leading up to the release of Chrono Cross: The Radical Dreamers Edition, Square Enix has shared several images of how the game will appear remastered. This includes touched up character models, new font options, and updated character portraits.

Chrono Cross: The Radical Dreamers Edition will come to the Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on April 7, 2022. It also includes the Satellaview Radical Dreamers: Le Tresor Interdit game.


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