Here's a New Look at the MediEvil PS4 Remake

Here's a New Look at the MediEvil PS4 Remake

MediEvil is coming this October.

The latest Playstation State of Play livestream had an in-depth look at one of Sony's major releases in 2019: the MediEvil Remake. Check out the extended look below.

Sony's Nintendo Direct-like State of Play hosted its second livestream today. While it wasn't very long, there was a new, extended look at the remake of the 1999 horror comedy classic. Unlike a remaster, MediEvil is being remade for the PlayStation 4, like the recent Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy.

The new in-depth look revealed some of the new graphics and remade gameplay. Check out more of MediEvil in the video below.

MediEvil is a PlayStation 1-era classic, and the latest game to receive the modern remake treatment. Sony is eager to point out that MediEvil is a full remake, and not just a graphical remaster.

MediEvil was announced at the 2017 PlayStation Experience, the last one Sony held before announcing a hiatus. Sony will also not be present at this year's E3, making Sony's State of Play more important if fans want closer looks into PlayStation titles.

The last State of Play focused heavily on VR, including looks at Marvel's Iron Man VR and the upcoming Five Nights at Freddy's VR game. This month's State of Play focused more on core console games, including a quick teaser for Final Fantasy 7 Remake.

MediEvil Remake for PS4 is launching on October 25. Check out our MediEvil guide for more info.

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Matt Kim is a former freelance writer who's covered video games and digital media. He likes video games as spectacle and is easily distracted by bright lights or clever bits of dialogue. He also once wrote about personal finance, but that's neither here nor there.

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