Xenogears Soundtrack Now Available on Streaming Services — 44 Songs

Xenogears Soundtrack Now Available on Streaming Services — 44 Songs

Square Enix has announced that to celebrate the 26th anniversary of the classic turn-based JRPG Xenogears, the game’s official soundtrack is now available on streaming services. Fans can enjoy 44 songs collectively lasting two hours and 25 minutes. Spotify, Apple Music, YouTube Music, and more services have it available.

Xenogears is a PlayStation 1 JRPG that is often considered masterclass due to its intricately woven narrative and compelling setting. Many fans have been clamoring for it to receive an HD-2D remake as it has remained largely neglected aside from a PlayStation 3 PSN release.

Set in a world suffering from war, protagonist Fei Fong Wong eventually finds himself confronting a machine perceived as a god, Deus. Combat featured mecha-like components with useable mechs called Gears.

Xenogears was the first entry of the Xeno series, which is well-known nowadays for Xenoblade. However, unlike the rest of the games, Square Enix owns Xenogears, making the idea of a remake a curious one. Other Xeno games include the Xenosaga entries, which weren’t exactly significant commercial successes. Xenoblade on the Wii is when the franchise started to grow in popularity, especially in the West.

You can access the full list of supported streaming services for the Xenogears soundtrack here.

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