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Ariana Grande Final Fantasy Game To Have Remix Of Song ‘Touch It’

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Ariana Grande Final Fantasy Game To Have Remix Of Song ‘Touch It’

Square Enix released more updates about Ariana Grande and her involvement in Final Fantasy: Brave Exvius. One of her songs will be remixed for the game.

Touch It By Ariana Grande In Final Fantasy: Brave Exvius

A remix of her song Touch It exclusively made for Final Fantasy: Brave Exvius will be included in the mobile game. In addition, Square Enix uploaded a preview of the remix on Youtube:

Exvius producer Kei Hirono appeared in the video to thank thousands of fans for playing the mobile game. Furthermore, he discussed milestones that Final Fantasy: Brave Exvius reached in its term on Google Play and iTunes. The producer shared that the game reached a whopping 9 million downloads in six months. Meanwhile, Hirono proudly announced that the rendition of Touch It for Exvius was mixed by a full orchestra.

Nick Wood produced the game version of the song. Moreover, Wood shared that they hired a 52-piece orchestra complete with percussions, synths, and electronic devices for the music. He stressed, “I certainly don’t think you’ve heard anything like this from Ariana Grande before. I think Final Fantasy fans will be very happy to hear something new in this game.”

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Ariana Grande As DW In Exvius

Producer Hiroki Fujimoto added that the popstar will also appear in the game as a playable character. Next, he teased that gamers need to play during the event to find out. The schedule of the Final Fantasy: Brave Exvius event will be released soon.

Subsequently, the singer posted on social media that she will appear in the game as a playable character. Furthermore, Grande shared a mockup of her character on Instagram:

a little peek at DW featured in #FFBEWW ????? ♡????

A video posted by Ariana Grande (@arianagrande) on

Grande’s character will be called DW in the game. DW stands for Dangerous Woman, which is also a title of one of her songs.

The artist is very popular in Japan. Users in Japan Guide stated that her resemblance to Namie Amuro may have caused her sudden fame. Furthermore, the “kawaii” fashion style of the singer resonates to Japanese youth very well.

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