Final Fantasy VII Rebirth Original Soundtrack Preview Now Streaming

    Full soundtrack releasing April 10.

    Square Enix announced a preview version of the Final Fantasy VII Rebirth Original Soundtrack is now streaming on major platforms, including Spotify, Apple Music and Amazon Music. The preview album includes five tracks from the massive 175-song soundtrack.

    Releasing on April 10, the Final Fantasy VII Rebirth Original Soundtrack includes a total of seven CDs. A total of 175 tracks will be included in the physical release and digital distribution. A limited ~ Special Edit Version ~ of the soundtrack will also be available featuring a bonus-track CD with mini-game music. Pre-orders are currently available now at the Square Enix Store, and fans can get a preview of the full soundtrack starting today. 

    Final Fantasy VII Rebirth Original Soundtrack Preview

    The preview version of the Final Fantasy VII Rebirth Original Soundtrack includes the following five tracks:

    1. Toward Mt. Nibel
    2. Main Theme of FFVII – Battle Edit
    3. With Heavy Heart – A Seabreeze Stroll
    4. Rufus’s Welcoming Ceremony – Seventh, Ten-Hut!
    5. Listen to the Cries of the Planet – Battle Edit

    Moreover, the Final Fantasy VII Rebirth theme song “No Promises to Keep,” sung by platinum-selling artist Loren Allred, composed by the legendary Nobuo Uematsu and distributed by SONY Music, will be available to stream on March 20 via Spotify and Apple Music.

    “One of the most thrilling parts of composing for Final Fantasy VII Rebirth was aligning the music to the backstory, direction and story progression of a moment, establishing a sonic foundation on which the entire development team could build an unforgettable scene,” said composer Mitsuto Suzuki. “There are sections that dig deeper into music from the original game, and sections that were newly crafted for this title. I hope players will find delight in the musical elements and discoveries to be made.”

    “Our whole team spent a lot of time and effort on every song in the game, tapping into everything we’ve learned as composers and musicians in our careers,” said composer Masashi Hamauzu. “I hope players enjoy the result as much as we enjoyed crafting it.”

    Soul Kiwami
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    Raul Ochoa, a.k.a. Soul Kiwami, is the Managing Editor of Final Weapon and a Games Writer at Game Rant with four years of writing and editing experience. Raul is passionate about the Japanese gaming industry, and he's a huge fan of Nintendo Switch, PC hardware, JRPGs, and fighting games. business email: [email protected] | Muck Rack:

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