Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster is a single disc bundle that will be available on the PS3, while both titles will be available individually for the PlayStation Vita.
Square Enix confirmed that over 60 tracks from the original Final Fantasy X soundtrack will be rearranged and/or remastered in high-definition audio.
Additionally, PS3 system and PlayStation Vita trophies will be supported.
Coming exclusively to the Square Enix Online Store, the Final Fantasy X | X-2 HD Remaster Collector's Edition ($79.99) will be available for PS3.
The CE edition includes a full size, 40-page hardcover art book filled with the concept sketches, environment art, and characters that populate the world of Spira. The art is separated into two sections, one for each game. In the Final Fantasy X-2 section, Square has even included a render of all three characters in every single one of their Dresspheres.
Secondly, that second disk you see in the image above is the Final Fantasy X HD Remaster original soundtrack (blu-ray music disc). This isn’t your everyday soundtrack — it’s actually more than six hours of music set to images from the game that you can hit play on and be taken on a visual journey through some of Final Fantasy X’s most memorable moments. If you’ve ever wanted to share your love for the game with someone special, this would be a great way to do it. Or you could play the game together, of course!
Finally, the Collector's Edition includes five lithographs of art to hang on my wall. You may recognize a few of these iconic scenes — Tidus and Yuna in the waters of Macalania Forest, Gunner Yuna’s striking pose — but the image of Tidus and Yuna embracing after all is said and done and the new CG render that appears as the Limited Edition box art are brand new visuals created specifically for the Remaster version. Which one do you think you’d frame?
Final Fantasy X | X-2 HD Remaster will be coming to PS Vita on March 18th alongside the PS3 version. It will support cross save functionality, and will retail for $39.99!
The combo pack will also be available as a download on PlayStation Store. If you prefer a physical copy, you can buy Final Fantasy X at retail, which will include a voucher to download Final Fantasy X-2 from the PlayStation Store.
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