Final Fantasy XIV Myths of the Realm Soundtrack

Final Fantasy XIV Myths of the Realm Soundtrack to Appear Soon

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Square Enix will release the Final Fantasy XIV Myths of the Realm raid soundtrack on June 22, 2022. Composer and Sound Director Masayoshi Soken revealed that he had been working on putting together the soundtrack behind the scenes. However, he did not disclose which tracks from the raid will appear on the EP. A link to the Apple iTunes store was provided through the announcement Tweet.

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The Myths of the Realm raid in Final Fantasy XIV centers on the mythology surrounding The Twelve, the major deities of Eorzea. The first series of the raid appeared in Final Fantasy XIV Patch 6.1, and featured boss fights against several of these figures. Each of the arenas reflect the iconography of the deities, and have provided a glimpse into how these figures actually appear.

More content concerning the Myths of the Realm raid will appear in the future through subsequent updates, like previous raid content. However, unlike the Final Fantasy Tactics and NieR: Automata raids, this content is completely original. Meaning that the story for this raid content has been made with the greater world of Eorzea in mind.

Final Fantasy XIV is immediately available on the PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, and PC.

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