Final Fantasy VII Rebirth Original Soundtrack
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Final Fantasy VII Rebirth Soundtrack Release Date Announced

Square Enix has announced the release date for the Final Fantasy VII Rebirth Original Soundtrack. The album will be available on April 10, 2024.

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The physical soundtrack album will be available in two versions. The regular edition will come with seven CDs with a tax-inclusive price tag of ¥7,480 (~$50.65) in Japan. There will also be a Special Edit Version that adds a bonus disc containing tracks from the mini-games. Square Enix will only release the latter in limited numbers at first print for ¥8,800 (~$59.60). People who purchase the soundtrack early will also be able to obtain a bonus memo pad.

Pre-orders for the soundtrack are immediately available on the Japanese Square Enix e-Store and other Japanese online music stores. The English webpage also indicates that Square Enix will also open pre-orders on its North American and European online stores. However, the actual soundtrack has still yet to appear on either storefront as of January 26, 2024. What’s available instead is a two-sided vinyl—containing fewer tracks than the full soundtrack—that Square Enix will release in February 2024 at $44.99 / €47.99.

The Final Fantasy VII Rebirth Original Soundtrack will be released on April 10, 2024. The second game in the Final Fantasy VII remake project will be available worldwide for PlayStation 5 on February 29, 2024.

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