Final Fantasy XIV Scions and Sinners iTunes

Final Fantasy XIV Scions and Sinners Album Tops North America iTunes Chart

Square Enix shared that the Final Fantasy XIV Scions and Sinners rearrangement album reached the top of the North American iTunes chart. This album features several rearrangements of various themes from Final Fantasy XIV: Shadowbringers. The album soared to the top of the charts, grabbing the number one spot. This rank is for the “overall” spot on the North American iTunes chart.

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Ahead of the album release, Square Enix uploaded a series of music videos through the official Final Fantasy XIV YouTube channel. These videos featured The Primals and several of the tracks that are available in the rearrangement album. Music videos for “A Long Fall” and “Ultima.” Other tracks include songs such as “Equilibrium,” “Blinding Indigo,” and “Shadowbringers.”

The album is currently available to purchase through the Square Enix shop. Additionally, consumers can get their hands on the Final Fantasy XIV: Scions and Sinners rearrangement album through the Apple iTunes store. Album purchases come with a code for special in-game items, which allows for access to the tracks in game through the orchestrion.

Final Fantasy XIV is immediately available for PlayStation 4, and PC. The first part of Final Fantasy XIV Patch 5.5 will arrive on April 13, 2021.

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