Katy Perry to Release “Immortal Flame” for Final Fantasy Game

KatyCats! Katy Perry, 34, is back with new music but it’s not an album single. The singer is promoting her avatar in the new “Final Fantasy: Brave Exvius” game with the song “Immortal Flame.”

The new “Final Fantasy” is a mobile game that features Perry as a character in the game, stunning in a bright blue gown and gloves. Her character will be available for a limited time.

The trailer for the game dropped on Dec 9 as well as a snippet of “Immortal Flame.”

The game will be released on Dec 12 and will be free for iOs, Android, and Amazon Fire devices. The song drops that day as well.

Judging by the trailer, it looks like her dog, Nugget, may get an avatar too.

This is not the first time Perry has appeared in a video game. The Sims 3 featured the “Swish, Swish” singer performing her hit “Last Friday Night” in the Simlish language.

This is also not the first time Perry has released a promotional song that did not make it onto an album.

“Rise” was released in 2016 as a promotional song for the Olympic Games. The song never made it onto her fourth studio album, Witness, in 2017. Many fans also hoped she would perform it on her Witness tour but sadly that never happened either. It is one of Perry’s most famous songs and it slowly was forgotten about.

Let’s hope “Immortal Flame” is a hit and is featured on her fifth album because from the snippet alone it sounds amazing.

Perry also recently released “Cozy Little Christmas” on Amazon Music. The song has yet to be released on streaming services, despite fans pushing it to be.

Are you excited about the new song and game? Which one are you more excited for? Let us know on Twitter at @CelebMix. 

Written by Brittany Sims

Brittany is a recent graduate of Temple University in Philadelphia, PA, where she obtained her degree in Journalism. Her love for writing started as a child and grew from there. When she started becoming obsessed with celebrities and pop culture, Brittany decided to start a career in Journalism.