For the team responsible for the monstrous remake of Final Fantasy VII, the challenges and other freedoms couldn’t be more numerous. But beyond enriching the background or passing the plot on to others Matria Spheres, Father Uematsu’s incredible work also had to be done justice, which you will agree is no small matter.
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Fortunately for our aesthetics and story, the mythical composer, smiling as his mustache, will have surrounded himself well, and the trio formed with colleagues Masashi Hamauzu and Mitsuto Suzuki will have known how to take on the challenge and, with Brios, please to you.
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And if you agreed with us that the soundtrack, split across seven CDs, was all of the work that went into the already rounded composition of Final Fantasy VII Remake, then you are wrong. Like the greatest in the world, if they let their overflowing creativity run wild, the three brothers will not be unemployed, and All pieces written for the occasion will not necessarily have found their place in the endgame
this end, Square Enix will release another boxed set called Final Fantasy VII Remake Soundtrack Plus on December 23rd, which consists of four CDs that give scraps and other unused tracks a high priority.
While waiting for the release, a first trailer gives a taste of what music lovers can expect, between a new arrangement of Bombing Mission or a downright rock song.
If you want even more, you can now order the quadruple album Final Fantasy VII Remake Soundtrack More on Square Enix online storefor 37.99 dollars until the continuation.