Who is the Composer for the FFXVI OST? - Answered - Prima Games

Who is the Composer for the FFXVI OST? – Answered

A name you should all know.

by Jesse Vitelli

Final Fantasy XVI, the next installment in the Final Fantasy series, is being developed by Creative Business Unit 3. Don’t let that odd name fool you, though, this is the studio that works on FFXIV, the critically acclaimed MMORPG. However, a lot of team members working on the game come from all over. Who is the composer of the FFXVI OST? Check out the answer below.

Who is the Composer for the FFXVI OST? – Answered

The composer of the FFXVI soundtrack is none other than Masayoshi Soken. Soken’s work includes FFXIV, multiple installments of the Drakengard series, and of course, Mario Hoops 3 on 3.

Soken has produced all of the music found in FFXIV’s expansions as well, with the most recent entry being the Endwalker expansion.

He has also worked on series such as Front Mission and Lord of Vermillion. He also formed the rock band known as The Primals, who perform at FFXIV Fan Fests and have released multiple albums.

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One other musician involved with FFXVI’s OST is Kenshi Yonezu. Yonezu writes the main theme song for FFXVI. You can listen to a small snippet of the track below.

Between these two massive songwriters and composers, the Final Fantasy XVI original soundtrack is shaping up to be one of the greats. If you’re a fan of Final Fantasy music, FFXVI is set to deliver high on those promises.

Well, that’s everything you need to know about who the composer for the FFXVI OST is. For more Final Fantasy XVI news, reviews, and guides, stay here at Prima Games. Check out our hands-on impressions of the game form a few months ago. We got to play for roughly two hours and had a lot to say.

About The Author

Jesse Vitelli

Jesse loves most games, but he really loves games that he can play together with friends and family. This usually means late nights in Destiny 2 or FFXIV. You can also find him thinking about his ever-expanding backlog of games he won't play and being constantly dehydrated. Do not contact him.

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