Square Enix has revealed that their previously announced Octopath Traveler Orchestra Concert -To travel is to live- will occur at Showa Women’s University Hitomi Memorial Hall in Japan on March 23, 2024.
Ticket will be available across the several tiers listed below, translated via our team’s Ryuji:
- Reserved Seat – ¥9500
- Ticket + Musical Memoir – ¥10,800
- Pamphlet Set – ¥13,300
- Ticket + Musical memoir + official pamphlet
- Catlin Set – ¥15,000
- Ticket + Music Memoir + Gentle Catlin plush
- All-in-One Set – ¥17,500
- Ticket + Musical Memoir + official pamphlet + Gentle Catlin stuffed animal
- Musical Memoir: After the release of the OCTOPATH TRAVELER II Original Soundtrack, composer Yasutomo Nishiki added to the commentary of more than 100 Octopath Traveler II songs and compiled it into a book. This booklet is available in both Japanese and English.
The Pacific Philharmonia Tokyo will perform, helmed by Shimpei Sasaki. Additionally, special guests include Octopath series composer Yasunori Nishiki, Octopath Traveler producer Masashi Takahashi, and Octopath Traveler director Keisuke Miyauchi.
You can view additional details via the official website, where tickets can be signed up via lottery.
Octopath Traveler II is now available for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Nintendo Switch, and PC.
Throughout this ambitious sequel, players control eight main characters who all face their own unique plights in different parts of Solistia. Further, they all boast unique Jobs, abilities, and even specific stories where duos of the cast interact with each other far more.
This feature was implemented following feedback from the first entry. Regarding gameplay specifics, every party member now has two Path Actions, changed depending on the time of day, adding further character variety and strategy to consider when on the road and in towns.
In case you missed it, check out our full review of the second game on Nintendo Switch.
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