Final Fantasy XIV Shadowbringers Mini Album EP

Final Fantasy XIV Shadowbringers 5.2 Music Receives a Mini Album Release

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A mini album has been released for the music included in Final Fantasy XIV‘s Shadowbringers 5.2 patch. The official Japanese Twitter announced the mini album. This assortment of music includes themes from the Eden’s Verse raid.

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Fans can purchase these songs from the mora, Recochoku, and Amazon Japan storefronts. The mini album can be bought as a pack, or fans can choose to purchase the songs individually. You can find the link to the storefronts included in the tweet below. However, there has been no news revealing if these tracks will be available to purchase on North American or European storefronts.

Square Enix recently released a Behind-the-Scenes developer diary regarding the creation of Shadowbringers. This series starts with the first episode detailing the lore and narrative of the expansion. Episode One features Naoki Yoshida, Banri Oda, and Natsuko Ishikawa as they share insights to the development of this installment.

If you just can’t get enough of Final Fantasy XIV, or Final Fantasy in general, a special theme for Shadowbringers and Final Fantasy VII Remake is available for fans to grab. However, this crossover theme is only available to those who own the MMORPG and have digitally pre-ordered the highly anticipated Final Fantasy VII Remake.

Final Fantasy XIV is currently available for the PlayStation 4 and PC.

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