The remastered collection, dedicated to the tenth chapter of the Official RPG long series, is coming to PC through Valve’s service.
Square Enix, since he rediscovered the PC market, does not stop for a moment. The incessant work of porting their RPG series longest running and beloved now, precisely on May 12, will enrich the digital store of Valve with high definition remastering of the collection dedicated to Final Fantasy X.
The collection includes of course re-releases the key chapter and its (very questionable) sequel, with high definition graphics, full service support Steam Workshop, and some ad hoc additions including an option for automatic saving and the possibility of choose between English or Japanese.
PlayStation users, in fact, were able to enrich their softech early as 2014. It still a great pleasure to see the renewed interest in the bustling market PC by the software company and the Japanese publisher.
If you are among those who have never had occasion to retrieve the collection of console and you’re a hardcore fan of the series RPG or, at least, nostalgic for the period prior to the brand’s decline, this is the time to retrieve it. We remind you that Final Fantasy X / X-2 HD Remaster arrive on Steam on May 12 at a price, at the time, not yet specified.