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Final Fantasy XIV: Endwalker Single Now Available

Endwalker vinyl art depicting the world from the view of the moon.

On November 17th, Square Enix released the long-awaited 7-inch vinyl single for the theme of Final Fantasy XIV: Endwalker on the Square Enix Store. While the vinyl comes with a download code, a separate digital version has been made available on Apple Music and Amazon. More information about the release can be found on the official website. Performed by The Primals with vocals from Sam Carter, lead singer of the UK band Architects, the vinyl delivers a great track to tide fans over until the expansion’s launch.

The single comes with two songs. On the front side of the record, you can play Endwalker‘s main theme. “Endwalker – Footfalls” is the track featured in the expansion’s full trailer and can be heard when playing the reverse side of the record. This extended version features callbacks to previous expansions and the additional section that captures the identity of Old Sharlayan all in between the main composition.

Square Enix also released an accompanying music video on the official Final Fantasy XIV YouTube channel.

Final Fantasy XIV: Endwalker will release on December 7th on PC, macOS, PlayStation 4, and PlayStation 5. Find out more about the expansion by checking out the Endwalker website.

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Steven Mattern

Steven Mattern

Steven Mattern was a News Writer and Music Reviewer for RPGFan. Relatively new to RPGs in the grand scheme of the genre, he often resonates with soundtracks of titles more than the game itself. Music is one of the most vital parts of any game to him; so even if the gameplay or story doesn't age well or hold up, the soundtrack can leave a positive impression. Games aside, he loves science fiction and fantasy films and has a knack for podcasts. Steven also lives with (maybe) never enough cats.

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