New Final Fantasy XV soundtracks were released to the audience, and, as everyone expected them to be, they still have the “Final Fantasy-ish” tone to it. The adventure melody makes journeying through Final Fantasy’s world something that it feels like being used to.
Each of these instrumental songs, although very different from each other, they capture the moment of what you’re doing perfectly. Being that fighting monsters, driving through the desert, or simply walking through the city, each has a different tone, but it will feel like it’s meant to be, and will make you keep doing it, because that’s what these do.
Everyone, when playing a game, needs that thrill to fight. Here is one of the shared soundtracks.
Without some background music, fighting actually might seem boring. Some people put on their own music, with headphones connected to any device, but Final Fantasy, once more, recorded pieces so we as players didn’t need for that.
The game focuses a lot on the road trip of Prince Noctis and his best friends, but it all goes wrong when they get a notice that their home was invaded, and his fiancée and father are killed by enemies.
Each of these pieces have a very noticeable tone of sadness to them. They might seem the “song to fight” or “song to travel” at first glance, but there is sadness behind them, and it tells the player a bit of the personality of who he’s playing with and what’s the objective of the character, and the group.. The group has to strengthen up and find the truth of what happened while they were away, but for that, there will be a series of challenges they need to surpass in order to reach that strength. Music is always an important part for the player to keep playing.
If there were no soundtracks in a world such as Final Fantasy’s, the environment would not only be too serious, but emotionless as well, and this is the beauty behind Final Fantasy’s songs.