More music from Final Fantasy XIV is available to listen to on select streaming services, including Spotify, Youtube and Amazon Music. Square Enix released Death Unto Dawn: FFXIV Original Soundtrack. It also offered a full list of services of where it is available.
Originally appearing physically in September 2021, the album contains 84 tracks that accompanied the quests added in patches 5.1 to 5.5. Beginning with “Vows of Virtue, Deeds of Cruelty,” these quests followed on from the story of the previous expansion, Shadowbringers, and set up the next and most recent one, Endwalker. These were also the patches that included the Nier: Automata raids created with collaboration from NieR series creator, Yoko Taro.
The Death Unto Dawn: #FFXIV Original Soundtrack, featuring songs from Shadowbringers, is now available on select streaming services! 🎵🎶
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— FINAL FANTASY XIV (@FF_XIV_EN) February 17, 2023
Square Enix is currently gearing up for its US Final Fantasy XIV Fan Festival in Las Vegas, Nevada. Tickets for the event will be limited and available only through a lottery system.
The MMORPG also attracted controversy recently over the use of third party tools in competitive raid clears and the sale of outfits that the Sámi council say used unauthorized elements of their culture.
Death Unto Dawn: Final Fantasy XIV Original Soundtrack is available immediately both physically on the Square Enix e-store and digitally on streaming services. The game itself is available on the PS4, PS5 and PC.