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Before Meteor: Final Fantasy XIV OST

May 27th, 2013 by Tony Garsow

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Square Enix composers Nobuo Uematsu, Masayoshi “Whopper King” Soken, Tsuyoshi Sekito, Naoshi Mizuta, and Ryo Yamazaki all contributed to Final Fantasy XIV’s soundtrack over the course of Version 1.0. While A Realm Reborn will feature mostly all new compositions, Square Enix is making sure that the previous version’s songs are not forgotten.

Before Meteor is a Final Fantasy XIV OST compilation on Blu-ray, and will also include the End of an Era trailer in HD and 5.1 surround sound. It will release on August 14th, 2013 for 5250 yen (roughly $52USD), and includes a code for a Dalamud minion in Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn. We’ll include ordering links when they become available.

Minions are collectible pets that when summoned will follow you around as you explore Eorzea. A Baby Behemoth minion code is included in the Collector’s Edition, and a Cait Sith minion is available when you pre-order the game. Keep in mind that codes are likely region locked, so importing products from overseas for minion codes will not work.

Update: The offical website has opened here. A product listing on the Japanese Square Enix e-Shop is here.

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  • AntagonistGB

    $52? Are you kidding me?

  • AgitoXIII

    yea that sounds really out there.

  • Odine

    I like that product, but 52$ is too expensive for an OST + trailer.
    No, thanks.

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