Square Enix released the second original soundtrack for Final Fantasy XV with the option of a 2-disc Blu-ray set or a five-disc CD set, featuring music from its post-launch DLC Episodes.
The Blu-ray set is availabe for purchase via Japan’s Square Enix e-Store and Amazon Japan. It’s a 2-disc set that contains 140 tracks featuring music from the DLCs such as Episode Gladio, Episode Prompto, Episode Ignis, and Comrades. It’ll contain its music as well as footage from the episodes for the Blu-ray set. Additionally, the Blu-ray version comes with footage from the 2017 Osaka performance of the Final Fantasy XV Piano Concert by Yoko Shimomura.
As for the CD set, which is also available in the Japanese Square Enix e-Store and Amazon Japan, it contains 84 tracks featuring songs from the DLC episodes in a five-disc set. However, it doesn’t include the piano orchestra concert from the Blu-ray version and it also does not include some of the songs from the Blu-ray set.
Both sets contain songs composed by guest creators Keiichi Okabe, Naoshi Mizuta, Nobuo Uematsu, and Yasunori Mitsuda, who provided the main themes and battle songs for each episodes. The soundtrack from Final Fantasy XV Royal Edition was created by main composer Yoko Shimomura.
Those of you interested in the United States can also pre-order both sets of Final Fantasy XV Original Soundtrack Volume 2 at the Square Enix Store (Blu-ray set and CD set), which will release as a Japanese import on March 31, 2018.
Final Fantasy XV is available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.