The release date of HD remastered Final Fantasy X/X-2 is delayed to end of winter.
Square Enix put a release date on Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster. Previously announced that it would release in winter 2014, the game will just barely meet that date at its North American release date on March 18, 2014. It will hit Europe on March 21. This release is for the PS3, and Square Enix said it will reveal details of the Vita version at a later date.
To go with the release date announcement, another trailer is available for viewing. As expected, the visuals have a serious update to them, but the soundtrack has been remastered as well. Final Fantasy X/X-2 will have full tropy support and cross-save support between the PS3 and Vita versions, so you can play the same save file across the console and the handheld.
Preorders for the limited edition are still available but in limited quantities. The limited edition includes exclusive concept artbook packaging. People who preordered the regular edition can upgrade to the limited edition for free while supplies last. For those who want a digital version, the game will also be released through the PlayStation Network on the same day the physical game launches.
Final Fantasy X/X-2 launches first in Japan on Dec. 26. The HD remaster includes the international version of Final Fantasy X and Final Fantasy X-2 and leave Japan for the first time. Square Enix's next game in the series, Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII launches Feb. 11, 2014 for North America and Nov. 21, 2013 in Japan.
Source: PlayStation Blog