Final Fantasy X | X-2 HD Remaster will be available on PlayStation 4 from 15th May in Europe, 14th May in Japan and 12th May in North America. It’s pretty much the very same game as released for PlayStation Vita and PlayStation 3 in Spring 2014, but there will be some new features for the current generation version: enhanced graphics, a possibility to choose between the original or rearranged soundtracks and full cross-save compatibility, where you can save and continue your progress across your PS4, PS3 and PSVita.
The game will be available as a download or boxed version, priced at €49.99 / $49.99. By pre-ordering the boxed version, you will also receive a limited edition including a special steelbook with artwork by Yoshitaka Amano, available exclusively in Europe. The North American pre-order bonus is an exclusive calendar featuring artwork by him as well.
Categories: Final Fantasy X|X-2 HD Remaster
Will there be a remastered version of Final Fantasy XII? That would be the fastest way for Square to get into my wallet.
If we purchase this for PS4 (or PS3 for that matter), do we get a free or discounted PS Vita purchase download as well?
Square Enix doesn’t have an official discount campaign for the game, but you might be able to pick up the PSVita version for fairly low price since it has been almost a year since the game was released. :)
Alot sooner than i thought it would be! – the Limited Edition looks nice though
Hey there Johnny. That’s great news! Since the game will have cross-save compatibility, I was wondering if it would also include cross-buy function. Thanks! :D
No cross-buy function this time, but if you own a copy on PSVita or PS3, you can continue your save on PS4 as well. :)