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The Final Fantasy VII Remake Soundtrack Has 7 CDs and Costs $77.77

Square Enix is outwardly actually leaning on its fortunate quantity for its subsequent rating. A Final Fantasy VII Remake soundtrack has been introduced. The Final Fantasy VII Remake Original Soundtrack ~Special Edit Version~ is seven CDs lengthy and can price $77.77 by way of the Square Enix Store. (It prices ¥7,777 in Japan.) Its launch date does break the sample slightly, regardless that the first-run restricted version will probably be launched on May 27, 2020.

The Final Fantasy VII Remake Original Soundtrack ~Special Edit Version~ full observe itemizing hasn’t been revealed but. However, its official web site does affirm the new theme song “Hollow,” carried out by Survive Said The Prophet’s Yosh and composed by Nobuo Uematsu, will probably be there. One CD may also be devoted to the in-game jukebox and solely characteristic its in-world songs.


This is the second Final Fantasy VII Remake soundtrack to be confirmed. A two-disc vinyl launch with 20 tracks from the unique and remake also appeared. Like this one, it additionally price ¥7,777 in Japan.

Final Fantasy VII Remake Original Soundtrack ~Special Edit Version~ will probably be launched on May 27, 2020, following the sport’s April 10, 2020 PlayStation four debut. However, given the unsure state of the world, the product web page does warn that the import merchandise’s arrival might face customized delays and the discharge date might shift.

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