Square Enix brings its music to YouTube

Square Enix brings its music to YouTube

In recent years, video game soundtracks have become increasingly popular. Many soundtracks are currently being released on vinyl and are also sold separately from games. The double vinyl soundtrack for Guardians of the Galaxy, for example, was released in December 2021 with special edition pink and green records that quickly sold out. In-game music lovers can find vinyls of all genres, from Silent Hill 2 to Demon's Souls to Square Enix's Final Fantasy 10.

However, not everyone can afford to spend the money add-ons for the soundtracks of your favorite games. For this reason, some developers like Sega, Capcom, and Square Enix have made part of their vast music catalog available on streaming services like Spotify. Until now, to hear a song from a soundtrack, it was necessary to hope that it was uploaded by some enthusiast. This, however, carries many copyright risks that cause unofficial channels to periodically disappear.

On Square Enix Music Channel you will also find the two-hour mixes: “Mellow Music Mix” and “Airship Cruise Beats” intended respectively for those who want to relax and those who want to get excited. The final project of the software house also aims to include some interviews with the composers in the channel. This way, the publisher will be able to monetize the channel, while fans of Square Enix games will have a legal way to listen to their favorite tracks.

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