And the Final Fantasy X/X-2 train just keeps on chugging… Square Enix today has announced that the PS4 version of the Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster will hit North America on May 12th.
If you have yet to play the PS3 or PS Vita version of the remaster, or if you reeaally love these Final Fantasy installments and own a PS4, we assume this is the way to go. The PS4 version features Cross-Save with the PS3/Vita version, the ability to switch between the original and remastered soundtrack, and PS Vita remote play. In addition to crisper visuals and faster load times we presume.
Those who pre-order the retail copy can get their hands on a useful wall calendar too as you can see below.
Read on for some screens and the latest press release.
Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster PS4:
Two of the most beloved FINAL FANTASY titles will be returning soon with today?s announcement by SQUARE ENIX that it will be releasing FINAL FANTASY X/X-2 HD Remaster for the Playstation 4 computer entertainment system on May 12, 2015. This new North American version will include system-exclusive features and a special pre-order bonus item: an exclusive calendar featuring artwork by the acclaimed artist, Yoshitaka Amano, available at participating retailers and the Square Enix Online Store.
FINAL FANTASY X/X-2 HD Remaster brings together FINAL FANTASY X and FINAL FANTASY X-2, along with FINAL FANTASY X: Eternal Calm and FINAL FANTASY X-2: LAST MISSION, each originally exclusive to the Japanese market.
- Cross-Save Functionality ? Players can transfer their save and continue their progress across the PlayStation 4 system, PlayStation 3 system, and the PlayStation Vita handheld entertainment system. (PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita versions sold separately.)
- Ability to Switch Between Original and Remastered Soundtrack – Play FINAL FANTASY Xwith the beautifully remastered soundtrack or, new to the PlayStation4 system version, switch back to the original classic tracks.
- Remote play ? Supported for the Playstation Vita handheld entertainment system.