Final Fantasy VII streaming playlists and Lego collab launched for 25th anniversary
As previously announced, January 31st is now Final Fantasy VII day in Japan, celebrating the game’s official launch. In honor of the day, Square Enix has a couple of fun projects for fans to experience.
First up, there are multiple new playlists available on music streaming services inspired by the characters of Final Fantasy VII, including Cloud, Sephiroth, and Tifa. These playlists are comprised of various tracks from the Final Fantasy series, and are meant to reflect the moods or personalities of those characters. They’re available on Spotify, Apple Music, and YouTube music. Click here to find them all.
Next, Square Enix is collaborating with Lego to recreate classic scenes from the game in Lego form. Fans will be able to vote for which scene they want to see the most. That will later be followed up by a contest, where one lucky fan will win the final setup. Unfortunately, it doesn’t seem like there are any plans to turn these into actual Lego sets for retail sale, but it’s still pretty cool! Check out the tweet above in order to vote now.
Let us know how you’re celebrating Final Fantasy Day!