PlayStation's Dropped A New Trailer & Release Date For The 'MediEvil' Remake

Ruben Fields
May 11, 2019

Sony's "MediEvil" remake for the PlayStation 4 is coming out on October 25, just in time for Halloween, the publisher announced during its State of Play livestream on Thursday.

If history is any indication, then Sony will likely reveal its full slate of Days of Play deals closer to the end of May, probably a couple of weeks before E3 2019 kicks off on June 11.

The State of Play broadcast scheduled for May 9 at 3:00 p.m. PT / 6:00 p.m. ET will begin shortly. It's been a long time since we saw the remake, and particularly since development moved internally to Square Enix.

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The remake is being developed by Other Ocean Interactive. The MediEvil PS4 remaster is confirmed to get some new information here, after months of radio silence.

Beyond these titles, three new games and a new PS4 model were also shown off.

The last new game announced was Away: The Survival Series, which sort of looks like a David Attenborough documentary in game form (although the guy on the trailer isn't quite getting there with his impression). This is not the first time that Sony released a limited edition Days of Play console. Last year's redesign was released during the Days of Play event and retailed for United States dollars 300. You play as a sugar glider that needs to avoid predators and environmental hazards on its journey.

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