Listen to Almost Every Final Fantasy Soundtrack On Spotify and Apple Music

Pining for almost every single FF soundtrack in one place? Apple and Spotify heard your cries and now host more than 100 hours worth of Final Fantasy music.

Spotify and Apple Music have made practically every Final Fantasy soundtrack available on their respective sites, including albums for spin-off games and even the soundtrack for the poor, unloved Final Fantasy film.

That's a lot of music.

Searching under albums for "Final Fantasy Original Soundtrack" on Spotify nets more than 40 results. These range from classics like Final Fantasy VI and Final Fantasy Tactics to the original version of Final Fantasy III that never graced Western shores.

But there's even more on offer than spin-offs and mainline games.

Several "Plus" soundtracks, including one for Final Fantasy IX, are included, which offer extra tracks not found in the original recordings. On top of those are the soundtracks for FFXI's and FFXIV's major expansions, along with remake soundtracks like FFXII: The Zodiac Age and the PlayStation versions of Final Fantasy and Final Fantasy II.

Those who appreciate the more recent audio efforts from World of Final Fantasy and even the mobile Final Fantasy Record Keeper won't be disappointed either.

There are only two notable albums missing from the list: Final Fantasy X-2 and Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII.

It's worth mentioning the track titles are almost exclusively in Japanese as well, except for some of the Plus variants. Both Spotify and Apple Music offer the same selections as well.

However, those who just want to bask in the auditory glory of what's on offer without knowing what it's called can just take advantage of audio designer Sam Hughes' massive Spotify playlist. Hughes compiled a list of all the soundtracks available for a grand total of 2,710 songs, which equates to 135 hours of listening time.

Those who don't already subscribe to Apple Music might like to know Spotify offers a free version of its services that lets users listen with ads and still create their own playlists.


Josh Broadwell started gaming in the early '90s. But it wasn't until 2017 he started writing about them, after finishing two history degrees and deciding a career in academia just wasn't the best way forward. You'll usually find him playing RPGs, strategy games, or platformers, but he's up for almost anything that seems interesting.

Games Final Fantasy Genres ActionAdventureRPG Platforms Tags streaming
Published Jun. 7th 2019

Cached - article_comments_article_63065