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The MediEvil Remake Demo Has Been Released

The latest State of Play took place last night and with it came the release date of The Last of Us Part II, the PS+ October 2019 lineup, the Limited Edition Death Stranding PS4 Pro and more. If you want to play something right now, then why not relive the PS1 antics of skeleton knight Sir Daniel Fortesque in the MediEvil Remake demo, which Sony revealed and released shortly after the State of Play ended.

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Players can now experience a piece of the cult classic, hack-and-slash PS1 title as the MediEvil Remake has been rebuilt for the PS4 and PS4 Pro, with the latter running the game in 4K resolution. All you need to do is head on over to the PlayStation Store and download the demo.

The MediEvil Remake demo is sure to get that nostalgia flowing and from the trailer, you can view at the bottom of this article, it looks awesome. However, it won’t be available until the game launches on 25 October for PS4 and PS4 Pro. You only have until 8 October 2019 to play the MediEvil short-lived demo, as the name suggests. The demo will expire at 09:00 SAST so jump into the Kingdom of Gallowmere right now.

There’s also some incentive to play the demo if you plan on later playing the full game. There’s a piece of armour, Sir Daniel’s Helmet (that only appeared in the Japanese version of the original), to be found in the demo and if you get it, you will be rewarded with an extra challenge when you equipt it in the full game.

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Will you be giving the MediEvil Remake demo revealed by Sony at the State of Play a shot and did you play the original back in the day? Let us know in the comment section below.

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