How to Unlock Songs in Theatrhythm Final Bar Line

How to Unlock Songs in Theatrhythm Final Bar Line

You don’t get access to every Theatrhythm Final Bar Line Final Fantasy game series song immediately, as you need to unlock additional tracks. However, it is actually a bit of an intricate process. After picking your first series from titles like FFVII and FFXV, you then need to go through songs to earn keys. Moreover, songs are only unlocked for free play after you played them once in Series Quests.

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How to Unlock Additional Final Fantasy Series Songs in Theatrhythm Final Bar Line

Everything in Theatrhythm Final Bar Line begins with the Series Quests sections. There, you’ll find music grouped into categories by games. So you’ll mainline Final Fantasy entries there, as well as spin-offs like Mystic Quest and Final Fantasy Tactics. FFVII Remake also is in its own category. Each one features a keyhole on there until unlocked.

How to Unlock Songs in Theatrhythm Final Bar Line

So how do you get keys? Easy. You play four songs in one game or category’s “quest.” Say I chose to unlock FFVII first. (Which I did.) After completing four tracks, that takes me to a treasure chest. Clicking on it gives me a key, which can then be used in the Series Quests section to unlock another title. Going through four songs in that questline unlocks another chest with a key, and so on. However, in the event of some installments that don’t feature as many tracks, like Mobius Final Fantasy, you might only need to complete two or three Music Stages in order to earn a key.

How to Unlock Additional Songs in Music Stages in Theatrhythm Final Bar Line

Again, this is an easy one. Once you’ve unlocked a “game” in Series Quests, you get a song you can enjoy in the free play Music Stages section by playing through it and clearing it for the first time on any difficulty. That opens it up permanently.

Theatrhythm Final Bar Line is available for the Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4.

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