FFVII Rebirth ‘No Promises to Keep’ Single Includes Loveless Pass
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FFVII Rebirth ‘No Promises to Keep’ Single Includes Loveless Pass

Square Enix announced the release of a single for the FFVII Rebirth main theme song “No Promises to Keep.” The single album costs 2,750 yen (or about $18.35), and it is now available for pre-orders from the Square Enix Japanese e-Store until April 3, 2024.

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The single includes four tracks in total. The first one is the original version of “No Promises to Keep” as shown in previous FFVII Rebirth trailers, and performed by vocalist Loren Allred. The second track is a new version of the song including instrumentals by composer Nobuo Uematsu’s band conTIKI. The two remaining tracks feature instrumental off-vocal versions of the aforementioned two tracks.

Additionally, a Loveless Staff Pass sticker will be included as a special bonus with the purchase of the single. You can take a better look at the FFVII Rebirth “No Promises to Keep” main theme song single album, as well as the Loveless Staff Pass sticker bonus below. The sticker case and strap are not included.

Final Fantasy VII Rebirth will come to the PlayStation 5 on February 29, 2024. A demo for the game is now available on PlayStation Store and will update to add a Junon section on February 21, 2024. The game’s PS5 exclusivity arrangement ends on May 29, 2024.


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