MediEvil Remake: Trailer and Release Date

Sony has lastly revealed a brand new entry within the long-dormant MediEvil franchise. 

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Based on info shared through the PlayStation weblog, this new title is a full remake of the 1998 unique. However, Shawn Layden (Chairman, SIE Worldwide Studios) says that it’s going to re-tell the identical primary story of the primary recreation within the sequence. 

MediEvil follows the story of Sir Dan, an unlikely champion who met an unlucky finish on the sphere of battle,” says Layden. “He receives an opportunity at redemption when his nemesis, the evil sorcerer Lord Zarok, unintentionally resurrects him 100 years after that fateful day. Lord Zarok seeks to overcome the Kingdom of Gallowmere, and solely the skeletal Sir Dan stands between Zarok’s military of the undead and the dominion he swore to guard.”

Layden additionally guarantees that these aware of the unique recreation and those who by no means received the prospect to play will probably be capable of equally take pleasure in “the sword swinging, perilous puzzles and enchanting environments” featured on this remake. MediEvil‘s standing as a remake is kind of stunning when you think about that earlier rumblings relating to this challenge recommended that it might simply be a remaster of the unique. However, that remaster seems to have been upgraded to a “full remake of the unique PS1 basic.”

As a remake, you possibly can count on MediEvil to fully-upgraded graphics, a brand new soundtrack, revamped gameplay, redesigned ranges, and loads of new moments. However, evidently we’ll have to attend to listen to extra in regards to the specifics of this remake forward of its 2019 launch date. So far as that goes, Sony guarantees that they are going to be revealed within the coming months through the PlayStation weblog. 

It’s good to know that we’re lastly getting a MediEvil remake in any case these years of hypothesis relating to the opportunity of such a challenge. It additionally would possibly assist to elucidate why MediEvil wasn’t featured within the PlayStation Classic’s lineup. 

Matthew Byrd is a employees author for Den of Geek. He spends most of his days making an attempt to pitch deep-dive analytical items about Killer Klowns From Outer Space to an more and more perturbed sequence of editors. You can learn extra of his work right here or discover him on Twitter at @SilverTuna014

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