Final Fantasy 15: Where to Buy All the Soundtrack CDs

Final Fantasy 15: Where to Buy All the Soundtrack CDs

Here's where you can buy some tunes for your sweet ride in Final Fantasy 15. This is a complete guide to all soundtrack CDs in Final Fantasy 15.

Quite possibly one of the coolest features of Final Fantasy 15 is the ability to play soundtrack CDs from previous Final Fantasy games in your car while you're driving around. It may seem like such a small, silly thing, but cruising on the road towards Galdin Quay with Final Fantasy VIII's The Man with the Machine Gun playing in the background or rounding the Disc of Cauthess while J-E-N-O-V-A comes out your speakers is just such a chill thrill. But you're going to have to track down most of them at the many gas stations and mini-marts on the road. Here's where to buy all the soundtrack CDs in Final Fantasy 15.

Soundtrack CD Locations and Cost

Just below you can find a list of all the soundtrack CDs in Final Fantasy 15, along with the location for each and its cost.

  • Memories of FFII – Longwythe JM Market, 100 gil
  • Memories of FFIII – Alstor Coernix Station, 100 gil
  • Memories of FFIV – Hammerhead Mini-Mart, 100 gil
  • Memories of FFV – Aldare's at Galdin Quay, 100 gil
  • Memories of FFVI – Taelpar JM Market, 100 gil
  • Memories of FFVIII – Hammerhead Mini-Mart, 100 gil
  • Memories of FFIX (Disc 1 – OST) – Cauthess Coernix Station, 100 gil
  • Memories of FFIX (Disc 2 – OST Plus) – Cauthess Coernix Station, 100 gil
  • Memories of FFX – Wiz Chocobo Post Kiosk, 100 gil
  • Memories of FFXI (Disc 1 – OST) – Burbost Souvenir Emporium, 100 gil
  • Memories of FFXI (Disc 2 – Rise of the Zilart OST) – Burbost Souvenir Emporium, 100 gil
  • Memories of FFXI (Disc 3 – Chains of Promathia OST) – Burbost Souvenir Emporium, 100 gil
  • Memories of FFXI (Disc 4 – OST Plus) – Burbost Souvenir Emporium, 100 gil
  • Memories of FFXI (Disc 5 – Wings of the Goddess OST) – Burbost Souvenir Emporium, 100 gil
  • Memories of FFXII – Ravatogh Verinas Mart, 100 gil
  • Memories of FFXIV (Disc 1 – OST Original Soundtrack) – Lestallum Coernix Station, 100 gil
  • Memories of FFXIV (Disc 2 – A Realm Reborn OST) – Lestallum Coernix Station, 100 gil
  • Memories of DISSIDIA FF – Old Lestallum JM Market, 500 gil
  • Memories of Dissidia 012 FF – Old Lestallum JM Market, 500 gil
  • Memories of FF TYPE-0 – Altissa JM Market, 1000 gil

How to Switch Between Soundtrack CDs

You begin the game with several soundtrack CDs right off the bat: Memories of FF, Memories of FFVII, Memories of FFXIII, Lucian Cruisin' Collection, Afrojack, Memories of KINGSGLAIVE, and Memories of JUSTICE MONSTERS FIVE. The rest of them can be purchased at different stores across the world of Eos. The bright side is that they're usually pretty affordable, with most of them selling for 100 gil apiece.

Once you have a bunch of soundtracks you like, it's not the most apparent how you switch between them. Pressing left or right on the D-Pad switches between tracks, and doing that with a library's worth of music is cumbersome at best. However, all you need to do is hold is hold the D-Pad button left or right to switch between albums. Up, of course, toggles the radio on and off, and down turns on shuffle and repeat.

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