The latest batch of Final Fantasy X|X-2 HD Remaster screenshots has been posted online, courtesy of Japanese website 4Gamer. Today’s look at the game takes us back to the various locations within the world of Spira as well as a look at the trophies that can be unlocked in both the PS3 and Vita versions of the game.
One trophy, for example, requires the player achieve a strike of 99999 damage against an enemy – which you can see in one of the images below. For those who’ve never played FFX, a special item is required to exceed 9999 damage.
Some more information on the game’s music has also surfaced, following an earlier report that around 60 tracks from FFX would 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 won’t be seeing any new arrangements for the HD version, however the sound quality itself should be a bit better regardless due to the source material. Instead of using the PS2 sound source, the music for this version will come from the OST itself.
That said, Square Enix still hasn’t given the game a release date but it’s still slated for some time this year.