A large batch of screenshots from the upcoming Final Fantasy X|X-2 HD Remaster have been released today, courtesy of the Japanese site 4Gamer. The images take us back to the world of Spira with a look at locations, summons, battles, and even trophies (which can be unlocked on both the PS3 and Vita versions)!
For example, one trophy for Final Fantasy X wants players to deal 99,999 damage – a feat that can only be done if you get the Break Damage Limit skill.
More information on the music has surfaced as well. As previously reported, roughly 60 tracks from Final Fantasy X will see the arrangement treatment. The musical director and arranger for this project is Masashi Hamauzu along with secondary music director Keiji Kawamori. Other arrangers include Junya Nakano , Tsutomu Narita, and Hirosato Noda while Nobou Uematsu returns as partial music supervisor.
Final Fantasy X-2 HD won’t be seeing any new arrangements, though the music should still be better as it will be using the OST source material instead of the PS2 sound source.
There is no release date for the remaster yet, however it is still slated for this year. You can pre-order Final Fantasy X|X-2 for PlayStation 3 through Amazon now. The games will also be available (sold separately) for PlayStation Vita.