New screenshots show off Final Fantasy X-2’s HD upgrade

By Alex Donaldson, Thursday, 9 May 2013 14:41 GMT

Square Enix has released a selection of screenshots of the Final Fantasy X-2 part of the Final Fantasy X HD releases, showing how the game has been improved and upgraded for the PS3 and Vita release.

The screens show off Yuna, Rikku and Paine on their costume-changing adventure that divided fans. The cleaned-up high resolution textures end up looking pretty lovely.

Final Fantasy X-2 HD will launch as part of one package with FFX on PS3 and separately on Vita. Both will be out in 2013.

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