MediEvil

MediEvil Box Art

This game was released on October 25, 2019 and is no longer available to pre-order. Any incentives that were offered are listed below.

MediEvil is a full remake of the 1998 PlayStation game of the same name. It is developed by Other Ocean Interactive exclusively for PlayStation 4.

MediEvil puts the player into the shoes of Sir Daniel Fortesque, who was the first to die to evil sorcerer Zarok’s armies, but was posthumously declared a hero after Zarok’s defeat. When Zarok returns a century later and resurrects his undead armies, Sir Daniel is revived alongside them as a skeleton and sets out to earn his place as a true hero.

Pre-order Bonuses

MediEvil - Pre-Order Avatars

Pre-purchasing MediEvil via PlayStation Store or pre-ordering via select retailers nets you a set of 10 Avatars.

The standard edition of the game is priced at $29.99, and there is also a Deluxe Edition as detailed below.

Deluxe Edition ($39.99)

MediEvil - Deluxe Edition

The digital-only Deluxe Edition costs $10 more than the regular one, and comes with the following extras:

  • Golden Super Armor
  • Digital Artbook
  • Digital Comic
  • Soundtrack
  • Dynamic Theme

MediEvil will be out for PlayStation 4 on October 25 this year.

Comments

  • Anonymous's avatar
    Anonymous
    September 29, 2019 at 04:21

    Like always: physical edition buyers are punished…not fair Ingame! why no Super Armor in the physical edition? they just want that collectors buy both editions!

    • Anonymous's avatar
      Anonymous
      September 29, 2019 at 14:22

      But think how many trees they need to cut down to make game cases and discs. Digital is good for environment.

  • Anonymous's avatar
    Anonymous
    September 30, 2019 at 01:53

    I understand your argument with the environment. But it would not have been a problem not to disadvantage the buyers of the physical edition. Other Ocean should offer the digital content as an option, so as not to disadvantage the others. But they want to rip off the fans by urging them to buy both editions. The environmental aspect interests the developers who do something, not a bit. It’s just unfair.

  • Luke's avatar
    Luke
    October 6, 2019 at 20:29

    None of these companies care about the environment.
    It’s all about controlling whether you can resell, saving money, and pushing everyone to digital only.
    People advocating for digital only are celebrating “never owning games”.
    Congratulations.

  • Anonymous's avatar
    Anonymous
    October 16, 2019 at 13:57

    Yeah… it does suck when a majority of gamers (look up the stats) are still buying more physical than digital games, and we get nothing for it.
    Physical copies should have vouchers included inside the game case.

    ***I forgot to mention, EB Games Canada (and probably GameStop USA) DOES give you 10 of those Avatars as a pre-order bonus.***

    Anyways, lets just hope/pray that the other bonuses are available afterwards for separate purchase. We all know certain games lock away bonuses forever (Control, Until Dawn, etc.).

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