Recently, Square Enix revealed the release date for Final Fantasy XIV Endwalker. The newest expansion for Final Fantasy XIV arrives this November on PS5, PS4, and PC platforms. Today, Square Enix announced a new Final Fantasy XIV soundtrack titled Final Fantasy XIV Death Unto Dawn. The Final Fantasy XIV Death Unto Dawn soundtrack includes 84 songs on a single blu-ray disc. These songs are from Final Fantasy XIV patch 5.1 to Final Fantasy XIV patch 5.5. Watch the Final Fantasy XIV Death Unto Dawn patch 5.5 trailer below:

Final Fantasy XIV Death Unto Dawn release date

Final Fantasy XIV Death Unto Dawn releases on September 15.

Final Fantasy XIV Death Unto Dawn tracklist

The Final Fantasy XIV Death Unto Dawn tracklist isn’t available right now but it includes music from YoRHa: Dark Apocalypse, the Eden raid series, Save the Queen, and more.

Final Fantasy XIV Death Unto Dawn price and pre-order

Final Fantasy XIV Death Unto Dawn is priced at 5,500 Yen in Japan and $49.99 in USA. The Europe price isn’t confirmed as of this writing. You can pre-order Final Fantasy XIV Death Unto Dawn in USA here, Japan here, and Europe here (when the page is live). Pre-orders include a bonus sleeve.

Final Fantasy XIV Death Unto Dawn soundtrack in-game code

A bonus in-game code will be included in the first press but details are not available right now. They will be revealed on this product page.

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Final Fantasy XIV Death Unto Dawn album download on iTunes

The Final Fantasy XIV Death Unto Dawn soundtrack will likely be on iTunes day one on September 15 for purchase.

Final Fantasy XIV Death Unto Dawn album on Spotify

Final Fantasy XIV Death Unto Dawn should be available on Spotify eventually but it likely will not be at launch as with other Square Enix soundtracks that release for purchase digitally but not streaming day one.

Final Fantasy XIV Endwalker’s official website is also live now. Check it out here.

Final Fantasy XIV Endwalker releases on November 23 for PS5, PS4, Windows, macOS, and Steam.

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