Final Fantasy X/X-2 remake gets 30 minute extended ending

New 'drama sequence' plays out during ending credits

The 'Fantasy X/X-2 Remaster' remake will come with an all-new 30 minute ending sequence.


So reports Siliconera citing news from Japanese magazines. According to the reports, the game's HD-bump and enhanced visuals will be accompanied by a newly-produced 'drama sequence' lasting 30 minutes and shown during the compilation's credits.

Square has compiled newly recorded voice acting for the sequence, scribed by the original writer on both games, Kazushige Nojima.

Square Enix confirmed in March a Fantasy X/X-2 Remaster release date of 2013 on PS3 and Vita, shortly before putting out a debut trailer.

The home console versions will be bundled on a single Blu-ray disc, while the portable ones will be sold individually.

Final Fantasy producer Yoshinori Kitase said: "These games are classic fan-favorites, and we hope that new and old Final Fantasy fans can experience the world of Spira and the story of Tidus and Yuna in a brand-new light with these remastered editions."