FFXIV Endwalker Soundtrack Will Include Vrtra Minion

FFXIV Endwalker Soundtrack Will Include Vrtra Minion

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Square Enix announced the FFXIV Endwalker soundtrack will release on February 23, 2022. Alongside several pre-order bonuses, players will be able to obtain a Vrtra minion from an included in-game item code. The FFXIV Endwalker OST is immediately available to pre-order through the Square Enix Online Store in Japan, North America, and Europe. Pre-order bonuses include a special sleeve case.

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The FFXIV Endwalker soundtrack will feature a total of 62 songs, including the “Endwalker” theme song. It will cost $54.99 in North America and and €39.99 in Europe. The OST will be available on a single Blu-Ray music disc. It will feature the “Endwalker” music video. Additionally, it will include videos of the Final Fantasy XIV Digital Fan Festival 2021-2022 Korean and Chinese Fan Festival events. A special chiptune version of the Final Fantasy XIV Endwalker theme will come included with the soundtrack.

Square Enix released a special music video to celebrate the announcement. You can watch it below.

In August 2021, the Final Fantasy XIV Shadowbringers soundtrack was made available on Spotify. Previously, a physical version of the OST was available to purchase. It included a code for a Suzaku minion.

Final Fantasy XIV is immediately available for the PS4, PS5, and PC. The FFXIV Endwalker soundtrack will release on February 23, 2022 and include a Vrtra minion.

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