Released this week on iTunes is Final Fantasy XIV: Eorzean Frontiers- a $3.99 collection of 38 tracks that includes music from the original game as well as tracks included in the patches since its release.
Also, removed from iTunes this week was Final Fantasy XIV: Eorzean Frontiers- a $11.99 collection of 38 tracks that includes music from the original game as well as tracks included in the patches since its release.
The album changed prices and vanished as mysteriously as it appeared on several of the iTunes music stores including North America, Japan, and France.
By looking at the different music stores we can see that there are several inconsistencies between track lists and track lengths which could be the reason they’re not currently available.
We’ve asked Square Enix for more information on this album and will update this post when we hear anything.
In case you were trying to purchase the new FFXIV soundtrack on iTunes and wondering why it is not currently available, we discovered a bug with the song titles and the song data when it is actually downloaded. In order to resolve the issue we have temporarily taken it off of iTunes.
We will let you know when we finish fixing the issue and the soundtrack is available for purchase again. Apologies for the problem, but we should have it back up soon.