MediEvil Remake Demo Leaked; May Release Officially Later Today
A new MediEvil Remake playable demo may be released on the PlayStation Store worldwide very soon, as one has been made available briefly earlier today.
The MediEvil Remake demo that has surfaced on the Japanese PlayStation Store is around 11 GB big, according to reports, and features the Dan's Crypt and the Graveyard. The game also feels more polished than it did in previous showings.
With Sony holding a new State of Play today, it's likely that the demo is meant to be released after its end. In this case, it won't take long for fans to experience themselves the glorious return of Sir Daniel Fortesque.
MediEvil follows the story of Sir Daniel Fortesque, a rather unlikely champion who met an unfortunate end on the field of battle. He receives a chance at redemption when his nemesis, the evil sorcerer Lord Zarok, accidentally resurrects him 100 years after that fateful day. Lord Zarok seeks to conquer the Kingdom of Gallowmere, and only the skeletal Sir Dan stands between Zarok’s army of the undead and the kingdom he swore to protect.
Whether you picked up the original or never heard of the original, we know you’ll love the sword swinging, perilous puzzles and enchanting environments. Brought back to life by our International Software Development team in partnership with Other Ocean Interactive, this a full remake of the original PS1 classic – with all of the scarecrows, zombies, werewolves, and mace-wielding knights lurking in the kingdom with more detail and personality than ever before.
MediEvil launches on PlayStation 4 next month, on October 25th. We will keep you updated on the game as soon as more come in on it, so stay tuned for all the latest news.