Final Fantasy VII Rebirth orchestral arrangement album announced for August 28

Square Enix has announced a brand new orchestral album for Final Fantasy VII Rebirth, titled Final Fantasy VII Rebirth Orchestral Arrangement Album. This music was performed by the Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra and conducted by Hirofumi Kurita. The album is available for pre-order for ¥4,070. Additionally, an acrylic stand is included in the bundle, which you can use to display the CD. This stand presents the key art of Final Fantasy VII Rebirth casting. This package is priced at ¥6,820. Pre-orders are available now on the Square Enix store. North American pre-orders will likely open shortly.

This version is just before the Final Fantasy VII Rebirth Orchestra World Tour, which begins August 10 in Los Angeles. More details about this tour can be found here.

With Square Enix now set to “aggressively pursue a multi-platform strategy including Nintendo, PlayStation, Xbox and PC platforms”, it appears that Final Fantasy VII Rebirth could make the jump to new platforms later this year. This would allow millions of new players to experience the title, with PC gamers eagerly awaiting the game’s second chapter. Final Fantasy VII redesign project.

Final Fantasy VII Rebirth is available now for PlayStation 5, with future platform releases possible now that the exclusivity period has ended. Be sure to check out our 5/5 review of the game, where we said: “Final Fantasy VII Rebirth is a generational RPG that exemplifies everything there is to love about the medium.