Exactly a year after its PlayStation 4 release, Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD is coming to PC.
The bundle, released seemingly out of nowhere, features two of Square Enix’s role-playing games: Final Fantasy X and Final Fantasy X-2. Both games will include full Japanese audio in addition to subtitles.
Like with its PlayStation release, Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD has been remastered in high definition for a “richer, deeper Final Fantasy visual experience.”
Final Fantasy X follows Yuna, a young summoner, and Tidus, a star Blitzball player, as they battle an immortal enemy—Sin—to save Spira from destruction. Its sequel, Final Fantasy X-2, picks up the story two years later, after the world has entered a period of “Eternal Calm.”
IGN reviewed Final Fantasy X / X-2 HD when it was first released on PlayStation 4. Its upgraded visuals make the game the “best way to experience the world of Spira.” Final Fantasy X / X-2 HD is also available on PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita.
Square Enix released its PC version of Final Fantasy 9 back in April in a similarly quiet way. Final Fantasy 9 also came to iOS and Android without an official announcement until it was released in February.
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