Square Enix has released a new trailer along with details.
A single discs will deliver both games, 'Final Fantasy X' and its direct sequel 'Final Fantasy X-2' to the PlayStation 3, while the two game will be split for the PS Vita.
Originally PlayStation 2 titles, the games are poised to have content added that was not previously available in North America. Likewise, the sphere grid, a system for directing player characters' level abilities is also likely to be updated. The game's visuals are being reworked to include HD textures, with specific care character models. The title's pre-rendered cutscenes contain the largest amount of the game's stunning if polarizing visual design, and may be the largest aspects to benefit from what Square Enix is calling a hd remastering process.
'Final Fantasy X' was popular and expensive enough to warrant the series first direct sequel, 'Final Fantasy X-2.' The new version will hope to garner new Titus and Yuna fans when it releases later this year.
'Final Fantasy X|X-2 HD Remaster' is availble for pre-order here.