Final Fantasy XVI Theme Song, “Tsuki Wo Miteita – Moongazing,” Streaming Worldwide; Cover Art Revealed

Square Enix has announced that the Final Fantasy XVI theme song by Kenshi Yonezu, “Tsuki Wo Miteita – Moongazing,” is now streaming in Japan. Additionally, the track’s cover art has also been revealed, solely depicting Clive Rosfield’s constant traveling companion, Torgal.

Considering how the song was uploaded on June 26, 2023, Japan Time, perhaps it will become available worldwide tomorrow. We’ll keep you all updated if any such significant developments occur.

UPDATE 6/26/2023: Worldwide streaming is now available.

Final Fantasy XVI is a more action-heavy entry than its predecessors, with a Devil May Cry V designer even taking the helm. Throughout the title, players will control the protagonist, Clive, as he confronts various Dominants, humans who have been cursed with the power to become Eikons.

Clive is the “First Shield of Rosaria,” sworn to protect his younger brother Joshua, who’s the Dominant of Phoenix. However, following a certain tragedy, Clive swears revenge on the Dark Eikon Ifrit.

The producer, Naoki Yoshida, describes this game as akin to his experience with the first Final Fantasy, as “playing the lead in an epic motion picture.” The reasoning for this title’s action-oriented approach and more classical fantasy setting was to “appeal to as wide a range of gamers as possible.” Moreover, “there will be a “comprehensive support system in place for players who aren’t too confident with action games.”

You can view the “Tsuki Wo Miteita – Moongazing” cover art below:

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Final Fantasy XVI is now available for PlayStation 5.

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