MediEvil in 4K is coming to the PlayStation 4

MediEvil in 4K is coming to the PlayStation 4

Lindsey Duncan
December 11, 2017

Sony definitely tried to strike a balance between horror and comedy when it made MediEvil, and that helped it stand out from some of the other early 3D games. The Last Guardian, meanwhile, will step into virtual reality through a free standalone experience that will be released on the PlayStation Store on December 12.

The remaster will celebrate MediEvil's 20th anniversary and was described by Sony as a "proper PS4-grade resurrection". There was also a new gameplay demo presented for Detroit Become Human from Quantic Dream. If you feel nostalgic, remember that the original and the PSP version are available digitally on PSVita.

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Way back in 1998, a quirky action-adventure hack-and-slash title named MediEvil released for the original PlayStation. But apart from a new Monster Hunter: World trailer (remember that the beta is this weekend) that really was it. It will be free for PlayStation VR owners. Though Sony Interactive Entertainment already showed off a number of games at Paris Games Week and looks to be holding the rest for E3 2018, this press conference may still have a few tricks up its sleeve. So that actually sounds really good, especially as it's unusual to see a game with such an emphasis on speed being reworked for VR. As announced at the PlayStation Experience 2017, the classic PS1 game MediEvil is being completely remastered for PlayStation 4, with support for 4K visuals.

Of course, PSX wouldn't be the same without a host of new trailers.