"Final Fantasy X" is coming to the PlayStation 4 in May. Courtesy/Square Enix

“Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster” will launch for the PlayStation 4 in North America on May 12 and in Europe and Australia on May 15, developer Square Enix announced via Twitter on Monday.

The North American version will include system-exclusive features and a calendar with artwork by character designer Yoshitaka Amano. Amano provided artwork and designs for several “Final Fantasy” games and animated films like “Vampire Hunter D.” The calendar will also be part of an exclusive pre-order bonus at participating retailers and in the Square Enix online store.

“Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster” was revealed in December and will allow users to save across multiple platforms and allow them to switch between the original and remastered soundtrack. The game launched for the PlayStation 3 and handheld PlayStation Vita in March of 2014.

The original “Final Fantasy X” launched for the Sony PlayStation 2 in 2001 and was developed by Square Enix, which was known as Square at the time. It is the tenth entry in the popular “Final Fantasy” series. The game took two years to complete and has sold more than 8 million copies worldwide.