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Square Enix is giving one of its Final Fantasy classics a high-definition upgrade. No, not Final Fantasy 7 — that’s crazy.
The publisher launched a website announcing Final Fantasy X|X-2 HD Remaster for PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita. The collection is available for preorder on Amazon for $39.99, but the company hasn’t set a firm release date yet.
On Monday, Square Enix will release a full announcement trailer, but for now it release a handful of HD screens:
Square Enix originally released Final Fantasy X in July 2001. It was the first Final Fantasy game on the PlayStation 2 after three on the original PlayStation.
The publisher followed up with Final Fantasy X-2 in 2003, also for the PlayStation 2. This was the first time the company ever released a direct sequel to a Final Fantasy game.