Video game publisher Square Enix has announced the downloadable content that will be launched for its recent release Theatrhythm during the coming weeks, allowing players to get access to even more tracks taken from the Final Fantasy franchise.
On July 19, players will be able to get access to:
Fight On! - Final Fantasy VII
Etro’s Champion – Final Fantasy XII-2
Battle Theme – Final Fantasy XI
Battle 1 – Final Fantasy III
One week later, gamers will also be able to download:
A contest of Aeon – Final Fantasy X
The Archylte Steppe – Final Fantasy XIII
The Sanctuary of Zi’Tah – Final Fantasy XI
Crystal Cave - Final Fantasy III
Theatrhythm already has a number of tracks that can be downloaded from the PlayStation Network as DLC:
Somnus – Final Fantasy Versus XIII
Desperate Struggle – Final Fantasy XIII
Sarutabaruta – Final Fantasy XI
Battle – Final Fantasy VI
It’s interesting to note that Square Enix
is willing to offer gamers access to one piece of music taken from Final Fantasy Versus XIII, appropriately called Somnus, even as the company is no longer willing to offer any kind of information on the game itself.
The game was supposed to be a part of the Fabula Nova Crystallis Final Fantasy series, which also includes the Final Fantasy XIII and its sequel and the recently launched MMO.
Tetsuya Nomura is the developer who worked on the game and he described it as mixing the battle mechanics of the Kingdom Hearts series with the deep role-playing of Final Fantasy.
Initially, Versus XIII was supposed be launched during 2011, but Square Enix has postponed it indefinitely.
The publisher has mentioned that it plans to increase the quality of the upcoming content of its flagship series but has not said exactly whether it plans to deliver new titles or simply improve on the already existing ones.