Final Fantasy XV ‘World of Wonder feat. Florence and the Machine’ trailer

"Songs from Final Fantasy XV" now available on iTunes.

Final Fantasy XV

Square Enix has released a new “World of Wonder” trailer for Final Fantasy XV featuring music from Florence and the Machine.

Additionally, the company announced that a “Songs from Final Fantasy XV” album by Florence and the Machine is now available on iTunes. It features three tracks—“Too Much is Never Enough,” “I Will Be,” and “Stand by Me”—which were created for the Final Fantasy XV universe.

“We are incredibly excited to have collaborated with Florence on both the cover of ‘Stand by Me’ and on the two original tracks inspired by the world and story of Final Fantasy XV,” director Hajime Tabata said in a press release. “Music has always been a hugely important and much beloved part of the Final Fantasy series, and with these three tracks we really wanted to create a musical experience to live within the game, and that will transport listeners, whether new to the series or not, into the epic Final Fantasy XV Universe.”

Final Fantasy XV is due out for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on September 30.

Watch the trailer below.

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