Final Fantasy 7 Remake Soundtrack Full Tracklist, Packaging Revealed

Final Fantasy 7 Remake Soundtrack Full Tracklist, Packaging Revealed

Packed with over 150 tracks, the Final Fantasy 7 Remake soundtrack is a seven-disc set, available to pre-order now on the Square Enix Store.

Today, Square Enix revealed the full tracklist and packaging for the full Final Fantasy 7 Remake soundtrack.

Seen below, the Final Fantasy 7 Remake Original Soundtrack ~Special edit version~ will include a seven-disc set packed in a buster sword themed box. There is also an additional bonus disc featuring bonus track that is “a must-have for fans of the game.” In the opening flap of the box, you can see a recreation of the iconic pose from the original Final Fantasy 7 cover art. It also seems to include a little piece of art of Midgar, the city the game takes place.

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Final Fantasy 7 Remake Soundtrack

Normally, I would list every track in the soundtrack, but its a lot. There are a total of 156 tracks across all seven discs of the Final Fantasy 7 Remake soundtrack. If you want to see the full tracklist, here is the link. However, it may contain spoilers so be wary when looking at the huge list of songs.

The Final Fantasy 7 Remake Original Soundtrack ~Special edit version~ is available to pre-order now on the Square Enix Store. It is set to release on May 27, 2020, and will cost $77.77. The posting does not that this package is a Japanese import soundtrack and its release date may change. If so, it will be updated on the website.

If vinyl is more your flavor, there is a Final Fantasy 7 Remake and Final Fantasy 7 vinyl set that includes two picture LPs and a sleeve based on Cloud Strife’s buster sword. However, unlike the CD version, this contains a curated tracklist from both the remake and the original. It is now available to purchase on the Square Enix Store for $77.77.

Final Fantasy 7 Remake is set to launch on April 10, 2020, for PS4. You can check out our preview where Allisa James said, “Despite those few moments of obvious padding, Final Fantasy 7 Remake is a game full of life and details.”

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