Square Enix has revealed the soundtrack set and release date for Final Fantasy XVI‘s score. Available starting July 19, this seven CD set will come in two flavors – standard and an Ultimate Edition. The differences between both versions aren’t massive but the Ultimate Edition bonuses are enough to give it the edge. More precisely, it’ll feature golden box art and an art case, along with an additional CD featuring cutscene tracks and notes by composer Masayoshi Soken and staff. The Square Enix first press edition also comes housed with a special mini clear file and sticky notes with Torgal embossed on them.
The standard version of the soundtrack will be priced at 6,000 yen or $64.99 with the Ultimate Edition going up a little to 7,800 yen or $82.99. Do note that the game’s theme song “Tsuki wo Miteita – Moongazing” by Kenshi Yonezu, will not be included in either set. North American fans can pre-order now on the Square Enix Store.
Here’s a closer look at the packaging between both versions:
Final Fantasy XVI will launch for PlayStation 5 on June 22.