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Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster arrives on Steam May 12 By Tony Garsow on May 9, 2016 at 7:34 PM

Square Enix has announced that Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster will arrive on Steam this Thursday, May 12th.

A remaster of the original PlayStation 2 titles, the collection includes visual upgrades for HD resolution and the content of the International version releases. The Steam version will also include new features including five “game boosters” that include high speed and no encounter modes.

Update: Steam lists English and Japanese audio will be included.

You can check out the game’s listing on Steam here.

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  • Daniel

    Love you Square Enix

  • alexis

    Good stuff!! I’ve always had an interest in modding and tinkering with X-2, this makes it a lot easier. Props on including the Japanese audio too, although I do prefer the English in the end.

  • MistwalkerKilyK

    YES! DUAL AUDIO! Finally!
    We all knew FFX was coming to Steam, but the dual audio option is just… espectacular. I’ll buy the minute it gets released.

  • I guess when people say PC is the master race of gaming the mean stuff like this. It gets everything. From all systems. And you can mod the games to give characters different looks. But still….

  • porting all FF to make this with XV? LOL

  • Dick

    It’s a shame that the PC has to wait so long for the FF titles, though with all of the ports recently I hope to see FF released in the first wave with PS/XBOX in future. It’s very versatile.

  • Not my style tho

  • Dick

    Doesn’t have to be. It’ll just make the series more accessible.

  • Time to mod Tidus some symmetrical pants.

  • BLACK_SAILORMOON

    sometimes it sucks to have a mac air…

  • Thomas Kings

    install windows using bootcamp or a virtual machine. This game is totally worth it.

  • I agree with that unless that give up on systems I have and only focus on PC and Mobile.

  • Daniel Masterson

    except mac air literally has no dedicated gpu and the intel grpahics could not handle anything close to the native resolution, even a remastered ps2 game so ya BLACK_SAILORMOON that does suck you have a mac air.

  • Yuntu

    Whatcha meaning?

  • Thomas Kings

    depending how old the macbook Air is, devices with 4th generation core i5s could handle Skyrim pretty well on medium graphics under 720p.
    Also my Surface 2 Pro (i5-4200U + HD4400) handles FFXIII under 720 pretty well with 30fps