MediEvil PS4 a remake developed by Other Ocean Interactive, trailer coming October 31

Developed by Other Ocean Interactive.

MediEvil

A new trailer for MediEvil for PlayStation 4 will be released on October 31, Sony Interactive Entertainment Worldwide Studios chairman Shawn Layden confirmed on the latest PlayStation Blogcast.

Layden also shared a few new details about the game.

“I think there have been some words that might sound alike but mean different things—like remake and remaster,” Layden said. “This is a remake. We’ve taken the original game design and we’ve taken a lot of the key art, and some of the other attributes of the game design and ethos, if you will, and we’re working with a developer called Other Ocean Interactive, and they are remaking MediEvil and that design—the original MediEvil from PS1. The original one—the one that I worked on. (So this is based on the PS1 version of the game?) Exactly.”

Layden continued, “We’re working with some of the talent that were originally associated with the title 20 years ago, so we’re making sure that we’re keeping it real, keeping it to the original intent of the creators. It’s sweet, I tell you. On Halloween, please get to a streaming video point near you and check it out.”

Stay tuned.

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