Square Enix Music Libarary Coming To Streaming Platforms

Square Enix Music Libarary Coming To Streaming Platforms

Earlier today during their E3 presentation, Square Enix announced that they will be bringing their music catalogue to all major streaming platforms.

Starting today, you can now stream your favorite music tracks from the Final Fantasy series through Apple Music, Spotify and Amazon Music. This includes tracks from the original soundtrack as well as arrangement albums. Square Enix promises that more music from their other franchises will be following soon. We will bring more information as it comes.

In the meantime, you can check out the announcement trailer along with some additional press details below:

LOS ANGELES (June 10, 2019) – During the SQUARE ENIX® E3 live event earlier today, SQUARE ENIX announced the arrival of its music catalogue, beginning with music from FINAL FANTASY®, on music streaming services.

Music from the legendary FINAL FANTASY series marks the first of the SQUARE ENIX music catalogue to arrive on streaming platforms. Starting today, listeners around the world can press play on the full original soundtrack and arrangement albums for games in the beloved series at any time and on the go.

Surpassing over 144 million sales worldwide since the release of its first title in 1987, the FINAL FANTASY series has received critical acclaim from fans around the globe for its cutting-edge visuals, reinvention and unique worlds and stories for players to immerse themselves in.

FINAL FANTASY series original soundtracks and arrangement compilations are available now on major music streaming platforms including Apple Music, Spotify and Amazon Music*.

More music from other SQUARE ENIX games will follow in the coming months. To keep up to date on the latest updates, follow SQUARE ENIX on TwitterFacebook, Instagram and YouTube. The official SQUARE ENIX MUSIC Discord server is also now open for fans around the world at: https://discord.gg/sqexmusic.

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