The offering will come in three variants. Two of them include MP3 files, which means that you can play the tracks on a portable music device. The good news doesn’t end here: The FFXV Limited Edition original soundtrack also includes many interesting bonuses.
More specifically, the Final Fantasy XV original soundtrack comes in three different versions:
- Standard Edition CD
- Standard Edition Blu-Ray
- Limited Edition Blu-Ray
Final Fantasy XV original soundtrack editions
The Final Fantasy XV original soundtrack Standard Edition CD includes over 80 tracks across four discs. If you enjoy casually listening to music, this is the perfect choice for you. As a quick reminder, this version doesn’t contain any videos. You can pre-order the FFXV Standard Edition CD for $39.99.
The Final Fantasy XV original soundtrack Standard Edition Blu-Ray offers beautiful graphics along with the game’s music. The disc includes MP3 files as well. This version doesn’t contain any bonus tracks or other additional content. You can pre-order this edition for $59.99.
The Final Fantasy XV original soundtrack Limited Edition Blu-Tay uses the latest technology to offer beautiful graphics along with the addictive FFXV music. The disc also includes MP3 files and 4 bonuses.
- Bonus 1: Theme song “Stand by Me” by Florence + the Machine/Behind-the-scenes of the Boston recording session, and more.
- Bonus 2: Bonus Disc/Car Stereo (Blu-Ray disc). A Blu-Ray disc soundtrack containing all the music the main characters listen to on the stereo of the Regalia. More specifically, this bonus offers over 250 FF masterpieces.
- Bonus 3: Bonus Disc/Piano Arrangement (CD). Special piano arrangements of several FFXV tracks are offered.
- Bonus 4: A Special, large-sized booklet. This booklet includes liner notes and a round table discussion with the main composer Yoko Shimomura and the music production team.
The FFXV Limited Edition Blu-ray original soundtrack can be yours for $109.99.
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