Sony has revealed at their State of Play a remake for the 1998 PlayStation classic title MediEvil. The remake will feature a bunch of 4K visuals and many upgrades across the board.
The trailer has dropped onto the PlayStation YouTube Channel and showcases overhauled cut scenes, remastered visuals, redone camera, brand-new narrator, new dialogue and what has been described as a "whole casket full of secrets". If you didn't play the original MediEvil on the PlayStation 1, the game takes players on a journey with Sir Dan and "an ever-expanding repertoire of weapons and shields to aid him in his quest".
Players will be able to use "gigantic hammers, crossbows, throwing knives and axes are at your disposal, but you'll need to use them wisely, lest you lose your head." The MediEvil Remake will be launching on PlayStation 4 this Halloween, October 25th, 2019. For more information visit the official PlayStation blog here.
Last updated: May 11, 2019 at 06:11 am CDT
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