Square Enix recently dropped a ton of new details concerning its upcoming Final Fantasy 7 Remake Intergrade, such as the game's inclusion of Weiss from Dirge of Cerberus. Also, among these details, the publisher announced that Final Fantasy 7 Remake Intergrade would be getting its own soundtrack. It'll be the fourth soundtrack released for Final Fantasy 7 Remake so far, and Square Enix already released the majority of information regarding it.
The only details missing from the soundtrack's official Square Enix page seem to be its cover art, which isn't too surprising. The cover art of the Final Fantasy 7 Remake Plus soundtrack didn't appear with its project's reveal either. Tetsuya Nomura hand-drew a new illustration of Cloud Strife for the project and didn't finish it until sometime after the track's reveal. The Intergrade soundtrack might be in a similar situation; only it's waiting on a new Yuffie illustration.
Beyond that, the site does reveal the soundtrack's release date, the number of discs it contains, what it costs in Japan, and its pre-order bonus. The compilation arrives on June 23, 2021, and will cost 3850 yen for three discs containing music debuting in Intergrade as well as tracks from the original Final Fantasy 7 Remake. Also, those that pre-order the soundtrack will receive a mousepad depicting "Wutai" as well as Leviathan. The mousepad will not appear with the track again after its supply runs out.
Overall, the Intergrade soundtrack should be the most inclusive one of them all. If it doesn't contain all of the music available on the FF7 Remake Plus soundtrack, then it will still likely contain everything on the first album, which hosts every track appearing in Remake. As this album will be the first of the lot to go international, those outside of Japan interested in buying it won't have to spend on redundant soundtracks unless they absolutely want to. Collectors might find the idea enticing.
Regarding the international details, they didn't appear on the official site, but they did show up on the Square Enix store, which reveals fans can buy the soundtrack for 35 dollars in the US. That aside, Intergrade introducing new FF7 Remake music is exciting. Yuffie channels completely different energy from Cloud Strife as a protagonist, so it'll be interesting to see how the new music reflects that in her INTERmission episode as well as any other new content Square Enix decides to add outside of that, if, of course, it does.
Final Fantasy 7 Remake Intergrade is set to come to the PlayStation 5 on June 10th. The upgrade of the PS4 title features a slew of the standard updates expected of a next-gen port: enhanced graphics, quality-of-life improvements, and some new features. Square Enix further surprised fans when it announced that Final Fantasy 7 Remake Intergrade will also release alongside a new DLC story episode set to focus on the exploits of Yuffie Kisaragi in Midgar before meeting up with Cloud and the other members of AVALANCHE.
Fans were definitely excited to get new info about Intergrade recently, but with such an expansive upgrade having been planned and developed, some are concerned about whether this took away from time spent developing the next part of the Final Fantasy 7 Remake project. The first FF7 Remake is now officially a year old, so many are looking toward the future of the monumental task that is this project.