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Uematsu Hits The Recording Studio For Stormblood; Calloway Could Be Involved
Yesterday, there was a post to the FFXIV Instagram that showed Final Fantasy series composer Nobuo Uematsu in the recording studio for the upcoming theme for Final Fantasy XIV Stormblood. The big mystery around the track is whether or not singer Susan Calloway will perform on it and continue to be the voice behind Final Fantasy […]
FFXIV Stormblood Pre-Order Details
Last week, Naoki Yoshida held a special live stream to show off the different options that players would have when pre-orders for Stormblood begin. The biggest note is that the physical Collector’s Edition of Stormblood is going to set fans back $199.99- a price that some find too steep. A digital version of the CE […]
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