Final Fantasy XV Guide: How to locate all the soundtrack CDs for the car radio

Final Fantasy XV‘s car is special. Not only does it take you around the vast world of Eos but it functions as a place to kick back and chat or listen to music. Square Enix has fitted your radio with a number of classic Final Fantasy soundtracks – many of which need to be purchased at various vendors throughout the game.

Now don’t worry, the car does come loaded with several CDs right out the gate. You’ll start the game with music from the following soundtracks:
Final Fantasy I
Final Fantasy VII
Final Fantasy XIII
Brotherhood: Final Fantasy XV
Justice Monsters Five
Kingsglaive: Final Fantasy XV
Original Drive Music

During the course of your journey you can purchase additional CDs for a small fee. Here’s where to grab them:

Final Fantasy XV Guide: Soundtrack CD Locations

Final Fantasy II

Location: Longwythe Rest Area – Leide.

Final Fantasy III

Location: Coernix Station – Alstor – Duscae

Final Fantasy IV

Location: Hammerhead – Leide

Final Fantasy V

Location: Galdin Quay – Leide

Final Fantasy VI

Location: Taelpar Rest Area – Duscae

Final Fantasy VIII

Location: Hammerhead – Leide

Final Fantasy IX

Location: Coernix Station – Cauthess – Duscae

Final Fantasy X

Location: Wiz Chocobo Post – Duscae

Final Fantasy XI

Location: Burbost Souvenir Emporium – Cleigne

Final Fantasy XII

Location: Verinas Mart – Ravatogh

Final Fantasy XIV

Location: Coernix Station Lestallum – Cleigne

Dissidia Final Fantasy

Location: Old Lestallum – Cleigne

Final Fantasy Type-0

Location: Altissia

Each CD comes packed with tunes from each of their respective games for around 100 gil each. The exception to this is the Type-0 CD for 1000 gil and both Dissidia ones for 500 each. Some titles do have more than others and we’ve compiled the full playlist here.

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Erren Van Duine As a self-professed Final Fantasy fan, Erren created Nova Crystallis in 2009 as a place to collect the latest information on her favorite series. As owner and Editor-in-Chief, she also spends her time as a freelance illustrator.