Final Fantasy 10 and Final Fantasy 10-2 are out on Windows PC this week, according to a retail listing for the games on Steam. A bundle containing high-definition remasters of both PlayStation 2 games will be available this Thursday, May 12.
The official Final Fantasy Twitter account confirmed the ports earlier today, after the store page went live on Steam hours earlier. This Thursday's release marks the classic game and its direct sequel's — a first for the Final Fantasy franchise — PC debuts.
The games come with dual Japanese and English voice options, auto-save and five "enhancements," including a no-encounter mode and the option to turn up the speed. Similar boosts were included in the recent Steam port of Final Fantasy 9, which also hit mobile earlier this year.
Those unwilling to wait two more days to replay Final Fantasy 10 and 10-2 have another current-gen option: A similar remaster collection hit PlayStation 4 last year. We checked it out in 2014 when it first arrived on PlayStation 3.
Now with Final Fantasy 10 and 10-2 on Steam, the only games in the franchise missing from the platform are PlayStation 2's Final Fantasy 12 and this fall's Final Fantasy 15. The latter game doesn't currently have a PC version in the works, according to publisher Square Enix.