The two classic Japanese RPGs will be combined together into a single release titled Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster for the PS3 while both will be sold individually for the PS Vita. No release date was announced in the press release sent by Square Enix but it did promise that a trailer will debut for the remake on Monday, March 25.
“These games are classic fan-favorites, and we hope that new and old Final Fantasy fans can experience the world of Spira and the story of Tidus and Yuna in a brand-new light with these remastered editions,” said Yoshinori Kitase, producer of Final Fantasy X and Final Fantasy X-2.
Final Fantasy X is set in the world of Sphira where Tida, Yuna and other characters go on a quest to destroy the rampaging monster known as Sin. The title introduced a new battle and leveling system to the series, was the first to feature voice acting and to use three-dimensional areas.
Final Fantasy X-2, meanwhile, was the first direct sequel to a game in the series and is set two years after X. Yuna returns with a new mission to resolve political conflicts before an all out war occurs. It drops the battle and leveling system of its predecessor and iterates on these traditional gameplay mechanics while featuring an all female cast of playable characters.