On the latest issue of the Jump Magazine, some new details regarding Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster were revealed. Square Enix announced that Final Fantasy X will have newly arranged music, something that had already been done with Kingdom Hearts I in Kingdom Hearts 1.5 HD ReMix.
60 of the 91 songs from Final Fantasy X will be arranged with Masashi Hamauzu, one of the game's original composers, who is taking part in bringing these new arrangements to life. At the moment, it's unknown if whether or not Final Fantasy X-2 will receive the same treatment, but considering the fact that the game had different composers, it does not seem likely that Final Fantasy X-2 will see its soundtrack arranged.
In addition to this, the magazine also talks about trophies, and although it doesn't reveal the list yet, it suggests that some of these trophies will provide a real challange to players that try to obtain the Platinum trophy. Although no release date was announced, the magazine promises to reveal more details about that really soon. Final Fantasy X/X-2 is scheduled to release this Fall for the PS3 and PS Vita.