You can pick up the special edition of the Final Fantasy 7 Remake Soundtrack on Square Enix’s site for a coincidental $77.77
There are a lot of reasons to enjoy Final Fantasy 7 Remake. Maybe you enjoy revisiting Midgar in its newly-rendered glory, or maybe you just like watching Tifa kick ass. No matter what though, if you’ve been enjoying the game, you’ve probably been bopping along to its soundtrack. The Final Fantasy series is known for all-out bombastic OST’s, and Final Fantasy 7 Remake takes the cake. That may be why Square Enix has put the game’s original soundtrack up for sale on multiple digital marketplaces, starting today.
Whether you’re in the market for a big ol’ collection of Final Fantasy 7 Remake soundtrack CD’s or you want something less physical, there are plenty of options. Starting on Square Enix’s site, for a comedic $77.77 USD, you can pick up a special edit version of the Final Fantasy 7 Remake soundtrack. This listing comes with A seven disk set of CD’s, including what is described as a “bonus-track” CD, although it’s not clear what you’ll find on it. This version of the OST’s release will be a first-run limited edition, so it’s best to get moving if you’re looking to pick up some exclusive merch.
For those looking for the soundtrack in a digital format, there is naturally a multitude of options available. Across Google Play, Amazon Music and Apple Music, you can find the same digital version of Final Fantasy 7 Remake‘s OST. However, if you’re not picky about platforms, the cheapest option for this 156 track, over eight-hour-long album is on Google Play, where it’s listed at $18.99. Prices for Amazon Music and Apple Music are $34.93 and $33.59 respectively.