Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster PS4 Launch Trailer Brings Lessons From Spira

May 12, 2015 Written by Jason Dunning

Released last year on PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita (our review), the Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster comes to PlayStation 4 this week in North America and Europe for $49.99.

In the Lessons From Spira launch trailer for the game, Square Enix takes a look back at some of the fan favorite moments from Final Fantasy X and Final Fantasy X-2, “reliving just some of the things that make these titles so beloved in anticipation of its return and reaching a new-generation of fans.”

Featuring cross-save functionality across PS4, PS3, and PS Vita, here’s a list of features for the PS4 version of the Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster:

  • Brand New to PlayStation 4 System – Players can take advantage of the PlayStation 4 system’s native features to share their journey across Spira like never before. Players can transfer their save and continue their progress across the PlayStation 4 system, PlayStation 3 computer entertainment system, and PlayStation Vita handheld entertainment systems.
  • 30 Minute Audio Drama – Intact from the PlayStation3 system version, players can listen to the events that occur after Final Fantasy X-2, narrated by their favorite characters and accessible from the title screen at any time.
  • Gorgeous High-Definition Graphics – In addition to the visual upgrades that the main character models, textures, and backgrounds received for the PlayStation3 system version, more NPCs and monsters join their carefully reworked counterparts.
  • High-Definition Audio – Play Final Fantasy X with the beautifully remastered soundtrack or, new to the PlayStation 4 system version, switch back to the original classic tracks.

When the PlayStation Store updates, a new dynamic To Zanarkand theme will be available for $3.49:

“To Zanarkand” depicts one of the definitive moments in Final Fantasy X as Yuna, Tidus, and the rest of her Guardians take a moment’s reprieve in the ruins of Zanarkand. Players can ponder their journey by the campfire and watch the pyreflies on the horizon with Tidus as “To Zanarkand” plays in the background.

Will you be getting the Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster for PS4?

[Source: PS Blog]