In addition to remastering the game with brand new HD graphics, Square Enix will be rearranging the soundtrack from Final Fantasy X as well and have brought in Masashi Hamauzu as their composer.
Although he left back in 2010 to start his own company, Hamauzu continues to work with Square Enix and – as recently revealed in Jump Magazine – he will be back once more to rearrange around sixty songs from Final Fantasy X for the new HD remake. Hamauzu worked alongside composers Nobuo Uematsu and Junya Nakano to bring us the original score of the game, so it will be interesting to see what he brings to the table this time as the main composer.
Unfortunately, there was no word in the magazine on whether or not the Final Fantasy X-2 remaster would receive a similar treatment or if there will be an option to listen to the original music, so until further information is released on the game, you can look forward to it’s release on Playstation 3 and Playstation Vita sometime this year.
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