The Vita version costs $39.99 and the game will support cross-saving functionality on both platforms.
Previously, Square Enix announced that Final Fantasy 10 and 10-2 HD would be sold separately for Vita, unlike their bundling for the PS3 version. However, this is no longer the case. On Vita, players can purchase downloadable versions of both titles via the PlayStation Store, while at retail players can purchase a physical copy of Final Fantasy 10 HD along with a voucher to download Final Fantasy 10-2 HD.
Square Enix is also releasing a special Collector's Edition for the PS3 version of the game exclusively through the company's online store for $79.99. This bundle includes a 40 page hardcover artbook featuring concept and character art from Final Fantasy 10 and 10-2, a blu-ray disc featuring the Final Fantasy 10 HD remastered soundtrack set to images from the game and a set of five art lithographs featuring well-known scenes from the games.
The Collector's Edition, as well as both PS3 and Vita versions of Final Fantasy 10 and 10-2 HD, are available for pre-order through the Square Enix Online Store.
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