Square Enix has revealed plans to release the Final Fantasy VII Original Soundtrack Revival Disc.
Coming on a Blu-ray disc, it has 85 tracks that composer Nobuo Uematsu had written that you can listen to while watching gameplay videos.
MP3 copies are also included so that you can store them on another device, and, with that, there are three bonus tracks.
Housed in a sleeve Digipack case, it also comes with a 16-page color booklet that has special comments from developers that had worked on the game at the time.
This is the fifth volume in the Revival collection, coming after the Final Fantasy I, II, and III, Final Fantasy IV, Final Fantasy V, and Final Fantasy VI discs.
Final Fantasy VII Original Soundtrack Revival Disc will release in Japan on July 24th priced at 5,000 yen (excl. tax), and is now available to pre-order on the Square Enix e-Store, Amazon Japan, and Sony Music Shop.