Final Fantasy X's HD remaster is not only getting a stunning facelift but Square Enix are also rearranging a selected number of in game music. Jump Magazine announced that composer Masashi Hamauzu one of the main men behind Final Fantasy X and Final Fantasy XII's score will be returning to work on sixty songs for the Final Fantasy X remaster. It wasn't confirmed whether Final Fantasy X-2 would be given the same treatment or if you had an option to listen to the original music.
As expected both games in Final Fantasy X/X-2 will feature a ton of trophies for you to collect on your playthrough but the magazine claimed collecting some of these trophies wouldn't be no easy feat which should give returning players some momentum aside from the graphic enhance. Hint: players looking to achieve platinum also might want to mentally prepare themselves for over a dozen lightning bolts.
There's still no release date for Final Fantasy X/X-2 but expect it sometime this fall, which will be landing exclusively on Playstation 3 and PS Vita.