Final Fantasy XIV Primals A Long Fall Music Video

Final Fantasy XIV Primals Music Video Puts a Spin on A Long Fall

The official Final Fantasy XIV YouTube account uploaded the latest music video featuring The Primals. This music video features the song “A Long Fall” from the upcoming Final Fantasy XIV: Scions and Sinners album. This album will feature several rearrangements of various themes from Final Fantasy XIV: Shadowbringers. “A Long Fall” will be one of many tracks that will be available to listen to through this upcoming new album.

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Similarly to previous music videos, The Primals are shown in costume as they perform the song. Various members appear dressed as Ascians, with Masayoshi Soken taking centerstage on the guitar. This rearrangement of “A Long Fall” features unique vocals and a score more in-line with previous rearranged songs which largely feature electric guitar. You can watch (and listen to) the “A Long Fall” Final Fantasy XIV Primals music video below.

The Final Fantasy XIV: Scions and Sinners rearrangement album is currently available to pre-order through the official Square Enix shop. This album will also come with codes for special in-game items that will bring these tracks directly to your orchestrion. Players will be able to listen to these tracks inside of the game through the orchestrion found in inn rooms, or even in their own personal homes or apartments. This album was announced during the Final Fantasy XIV announcement showcase, which revealed the latest upcoming expansion Final Fantasy XIV: Endwalker.

Final Fantasy XIV is immediately available for PlayStation 4, and PC, with a PlayStation 5 version currently in the works.

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