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Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster Heading to PlayStation 4 in May
Square Enix has announced that two of most popular Final Fantasy games will be heading to PlayStation 4 in a couple of months. The titles in question are Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remasters, that’ll be released on May 12.
The new North American versions will come with an exclusive desktop calendar with Yoshitaka Amano’s artwork as a pre-order bonus. Remastered versions will also feature FINAL FANTASY X: Eternal Calm a and FINAL FANTASY X-2: Last mission. Both of these were originally exclusive to Japan.
The remastered versions were first released last year on PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita. The PS4 iterations will support cross-save functionality, meaning you can transfer your progress from PS3 or Vita to PS4.
You will also be given the option to switch between the original Final Fantasy X soundtrack or play the game while hearing the new PS4 version. Lastly, remote play between PS4 and PS Vita is supported as well.
This isn’t the only remastered Final Fantasy content coming this year, as Final Fantasy Type-0 HD is nearing release too. Players who pre-order will get a code to download a demo for Final Fantasy XV.
Final Fantasy XV is not yet given a release date, but will be released for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Personally, I don’t feel tempted at all to pick another Final Fantasy remaster but if you wish, FFX/X-2 can be pre-ordered from the PlayStation Store.