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Final Fantasy XIV: Stormblood's Theme Song "Revolutions" by Nobuo Uematsu Fully Revealed; it's Epic

Square Enix finally revealed the full theme song of the upcoming Final Fantasy XIV expansion Stormblood.

May 16, 2017

Today Square Enix finally revealed the full versions of “Revolutions,” the theme song of the upcoming Final Fantasy XIV expansion Stormblood.

Revolutions is performed by Final Fantasy XIV‘s traditional songstress Susan Calloway (whom we interviewed a while ago), and composed by Nobuo Uematsu himself.

The song is absolutely epic, and while Dragonsong from Heavensward will always have a special place in my heart for… personal reasons, I really, really love this one as well.

You can check it out below, but keep in mind that if you haven’t finished the Heavensward main storyline yet, you’ll see spoilers in the video, so you might want to just listen to it without watching.

If you want to see more, you can download the benchmark to test out your PC, and read our recap of the latest Letter from the Producer Live. If you’re on PS4, you’ll also be pleased to know that PS4 Pro support is coming.

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Final Fantasy XIV: Stormblood will release on June 20th exclusively for PC and PS4, with the PS3 version of the game getting discontinued.

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