Square Enix Adds Final Fantasy XIV Playlists To Streaming Services

Square Enix just debuted two official Final Fantasy XIV playlists across streaming services like Spotify and Apple Music. If you've been jonesing for some good ol' adventuring music, these tracks are perfect for that.

Square Enix added some Final Fantasy XIV soundtracks to streaming platforms.
Credit: Square Enix

The playlists include Epic Encounters: Final Fantasy XIV and Soothing Sanctuary: Final Fantasy XIV. Epic Encounters is a lot simpler to get hyped with, and as such has music that matches that kind of blood-pumping spirit you'd expect from an adventure. Soothing Sanctuary, on the other hand, is a much more chilled out endeavor.

The Epic Encounters playlist includes the following tracks:

  1. Under the Weight
  2. Defender of the Realm
  3. Calamity Unbound
  4. Through the Maelstrom
  5. Ominous Prognisticks
  6. Limitless Blue
  7. Unbreakable
  8. Metal
  9. Revenge Twofold
  10. Starved
  11. Band: Metal – Brute Justice Mode
  12. Revenge of the Horde
  13. Exponential Entropy
  14. Equilibrium
  15. Triumph
  16. Liberty or Death
  17. The Worm's Tail
  18. Wayward Daughter

Here's what you can expect from Soothing Sanctuary: Final Fantasy XIV:

  1. To the Sun
  2. On Westerly Winds
  3. The Waking Sands
  4. Where the Heart Is
  5. Out of the Labyrinth
  6. Eternal Wind
  7. Nobility Sleeps
  8. Borderless
  9. Misconception
  10. Piano: Ink Long Dry
  11. Paradise Found
  12. Jewel
  13. Freedom
  14. Impact
  15. Crimson Sunrise
  16. Drowning in the Horizon
  17. Parting Ways
  18. Song of Salt and Suffering

Both playlists are a great way to sit back and immerse yourself in the world of Final Fantasy, especially given the fact that the North American Fan Festival 2020 has officially been canceled due to COVID-19. In these difficult times, it's totally fine to spend some time lounging around and getting lost in your favorite games and music if you need some time to start feeling like "yourself" again. Aside from feeling nostalgic about the game, these playlists are great for putting on and getting things done, too. In a time where being productive can be more frustrating than ever, good music is a great reprieve.

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