Music from the 2020 remake can now be purchased and streamed from digital platforms.
The soundtrack to action role-playing game Final Fantasy VII Remake has released across major digital platforms.
Music from the reimagined version of the 1997 original Final Fantasy VII has previously been released on physical formats but now the remake’s soundtrack is also available to purchase and stream from platforms including Amazon Music, Apple Music, Deezer, iTunes, and Spotify.
The game’s soundtrack is scored by Final Fantasy series composer Nobuo Uematsu alongside Masashi Hamauzu (SaGa Frontier 2 and World of Final Fantasy) and Mitsuto Suzuki (Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII and The 3rd Birthday).
The track “Hollow” serves as the game’s theme song and features singer-songwriter Yosh from Japanese rock band Survive Said The Prophet.
The soundtrack to Final Fantasy VII Remake has previously released as a multi-disc album.
Final Fantasy VII Remake is developed and published by Square Enix and available for PlayStation 4. An enhanced and expanded version of the remake will be released worldwide on 10th June for PlayStation 5, titled Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade.