Final Fantasy XIV: Endwalker taps Sam Carter of Architects for the game's theme song
Still celebrating the success of the band monumental 2021 release of 'For Those That Wish To Exist,' Architects are continuing to have a banner year. Underscoring the band's ever-increasing reach, frontman Sam Carter has been enlisted to voice the theme song for one of the most anticipated video game releases of the year.
Details of Square Enix's Final Fantasy XIV: Endwalker were revealed during this last weekend's Final Fantasy XIV Digital Fan Festival as fans across the globe tuned in to see players compete. The cinematic trailer for the November 23rd MMO also featured a brand new theme song voiced by none other than Sam Carter.
News of the release of the FF expansion includes details about the game's Collector’s and Digital Editions. The game's physical Collector’s edition will include a specially design art box, a Warrior of Light Paladin statue, an art collection and frameset, an Azem pin, and a mini Loporrit plush. Physical versions of the game will no longer include an actual disk, rather a digital code will be given instead.
The digital collectors' edition boasts in-game perks including a new Arion mount, a Wind-Up Porom Minion and a Death Scythe Reaper weapon. Players that opt to pre-order either version of the expansion will be allowed early access to gameplay, starting on November 19th, a few days ahead of the official November 23rd launch.