Square Enix recently made the soundtracks to every main Final Fantasy game available to listen on Apple Music and Spotify (via TechCrunch). The release of the soundtracks on streaming services is being timed with a special concert for Final Fantasy VII that's taking place this week in Hollywood.

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To find the music, head to ‌Apple Music‌ and search for "Final Fantasy original soundtrack." In the results for albums you can tap "See All" to discover soundtracks for original games in the series like Final Fantasy and Final Fantasy II, and even modern entries like Final Fantasy XIII and Final Fantasy XV.

As pointed out by TechCrunch, there are some missing entries, including soundtracks for Final Fantasy X-2, Final Fantasy Tactics Advance, and Final Fantasy Tactics A2: Grimoire of the Rift. Otherwise, every mainline entry in the franchise now has its soundtrack ready for streaming on ‌Apple Music‌, from Final Fantasy I to Final Fantasy XV.

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Wayfarer Avatar
40 months ago
This is really exciting news and long overdue! Videogame music (especially from Final Fantasy) is the soundtrack to my life. So many fond memories! I am glad these talented composers and their works are getting the exposure they deserve.

If you don’t like it, or must ask why, then please refrain from commenting and let others enjoy it on Apple Music and Spotify. This is front page newsworthy to me. Thanks MacRumors!! :D
Score: 13 Votes (Like | Disagree)
newyorksole Avatar
40 months ago
Ahhh the memories I have from Final Fantasy X. Goooood times. Pretty cool news.
Score: 7 Votes (Like | Disagree)
jonnyb098 Avatar
40 months ago
Why is this front page news?
Its only one of the biggest video game franchises in history. And its on the sidebar anyway. But since you probably saw it on your iPhone it "appears" as front page in the main feed on the mobile version of the site. ( Que "the more you know" music)

For those of us that aren't sour we will enjoy this awesome news.
Score: 6 Votes (Like | Disagree)
terrapinjess Avatar
40 months ago
This is awesome. Final Fantasy is one of the many games series that has satisfying listening outside of the game itself. It’s sad but I may actually activate my free 3-month Apple Music trial for this. I’m such a nerd.
Score: 6 Votes (Like | Disagree)
earthTOmitchel Avatar
40 months ago
This is really exciting news and long overdue! Videogame music (especially from Final Fantasy) is the soundtrack to my life. So many fond memories! I am glad these talented composers and their works are getting the exposure they deserve.

If you don’t like it, or must ask why, then please refrain from commenting and let others enjoy it on Apple Music and Spotify. This is front page newsworthy to me. Thanks MacRumors!! :D
I've only ever completed one Final Fantasy game, but I knew this would be major for the people who care. Thanks for reading!
Score: 6 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Apple Knowledge Navigator Avatar
40 months ago
*victory fanfare*
Score: 5 Votes (Like | Disagree)

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