Australian singer Sia performs the classic "Fly Me To The Moon" in a new music video in honor of the release of the major expansion Endwalker for Final Fantasy XIV Online on December 7th. The superstar's vocals are highlighted by scenes from the eight-year history of the MMORPG from A Realm Reborn to Endwalker.

Square Enix today, in partnership with nine-time Grammy-nominated artist Sia, releases a re-imagining of “Fly Me to the Moon” to celebrate the upcoming release of Final Fantasy: Endwalker on December 7th. The new piece - titled "Sia - Fly Me to the Moon (Inspired by Final Fantasy XIV)" - and the accompanying music video showcase Sia's singing skills. This collaboration was inspired by Final Fantasy XIV Online, which takes players on a journey to the moon.

Trip to the moon

The music video traces the game's eight-year history and marks a new beginning for the popular MMORPG, which now has more than 25 million registered players worldwide. The eventful history of Final Fantasy XIV Online is brought to life with scenes from the game from A Realm Reborn to Endwalker. Starting today, fans of this new collaboration can find them on digital music providers including Spotify, iTunes, Amazon Music, and many others.

The Endwalker expansion is the fourth overall for the MMORPG Final Fantasy XIV Online, which was released in 2013. The online multiplayer game has now been able to hold onto the market for almost a decade, along with good reviews, particularly praising the story. After Heavensward (2015), Stormblood (2017), Shadowbringers (2019), Endwalker is once again underlining the brand. The player numbers are impressive :; In October 2021, Square Enix had reached 24 million registered players, making Final Fantasy XIV Online the most profitable of all Final Fantasy games to date.

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