The Final Fantasy XV delay might hurt, but we can at least enjoy a neat orchestral concert before getting to play the game. Square Enix sent out a press release today, announcing that the London Philharmonic Orchestra will be holding an hour-long concert, performing songs from the game’s soundtrack. Composer Yoko Shimomura, well-known for her work on the Kingdom Hearts soundtracks, will be making an appearance as well.
‘During the hour-long one-off concert, the London Philharmonic Orchestra will perform live renditions of songs from the FINAL FANTASY® XV soundtrack, including previously unheard music from the game. FINAL FANTASY XV composer, Yoko Shimomura (KINGDOM HEARTS series, Street Fighter II), will also offer further insight into the recording of the game’s soundtrack alongside her own commentary of the songs which will be performed.
The concert will be broadcasted live worldwide from the iconic Studio One via the FINAL FANTASY XV YouTube channel, and the Square Enix Twitch channel from 11:00 a.m. Pacific on Wednesday, September 7th. The full concert will also be uploaded to YouTube straight after the show for those unable to tune-in during the live show.’
Final Fantasy XV is set to be released for the PS4 and Xbox One on November 29.