Final Fantasy XIV Chill Album

Final Fantasy XIV Chill Arrangements Album Now Available

Square Enix released a Final Fantasy XIV rearrangement soundtrack, which can be previewed through YouTube. The Sanctuary’s Heart: Final Fantasy XIV Chill Arrangements Album is immediately available to download through the iTunes Store and Amazon Music. The album will cost $23.99 and is available in North America, Europe, and Japan. Compositions on the album have been created in collaboration with a handful of different artists. Lead Composer Masayoshi Soken worked alongside them to create these new arrangements.

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You can listen to a preview of the Sanctuary’s Heart: Final Fantasy XIV Chill Arrangements Album soundtrack below.

The album itself features a total of 20 songs spread across a total of two discs. It includes rearrangements of tracks such as “Tomorrow and Tomorrow,” from Final Fantasy XIV Shadowbringers, and “Close the Distance,” from Final Fantasy XIV Endwalker. Other songs include “Oblivion” and “Heroes.”

Square Enix released other Final Fantasy XIV rearrangement soundtracks in the past. Specifically, with Soken releasing new arrangements with The Primals. These new metal renditions put a spin on the songs heard through Trials in Final Fantasy XIV. Occasionally, special music videos leading up to the release of an album will be shared. In the past, Square Enix released a music video for The Primals’ rendition of “Ultima.”

Final Fantasy XIV is immediately available on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, and PC. Sanctuary’s Heart: Final Fantasy XIV Chill Arrangements Album can be downloaded through the iTunes Store and Amazon Music storefront.

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