MediEvil in 4K is coming to the PlayStation 4

Kelley Robertson
December 11, 2017

Thanks to that, Layden has indicated that he believes that PlayStation 4 will "humbly" maintain its "dominance in the video game market" during the coming year.

The MediEvil PlayStation 4 remaster was announced with a short teaser trailer and very little in the way of details. These include The Last of Us Part II, Detroit: Become Human, Days Gone, God of War, and Spider-Man. If you feel nostalgic, remember that the original and the PSP version are available digitally on PSVita. While details on the project are scarce, the teaser video does state that the game has been created to feature 4K visuals on PS4 Pro, and the few visuals clearly show that it will be as faithful as possible to the original. According to Sony it's meant merely as a "gift" to PlayStation VR owners, and no longer version is now planned. But apart from a new Monster Hunter: World trailer (remember that the beta is this weekend) that really was it.

Speaking to Kinda Funny's Greg Miller at the PlayStation Experience 2017 opening celebration, Sony Interactive Entertainment Worldwide Studio president Shuhei Yoshida said both development studios converse to ensure that both games are unique from one another. The cult classic game for the PlayStation 1 originally released in 1998, will see a visual upgrade. You can check PlayStation Store for games that take advantage of PS4 Pro specific features, or look for the "PS4 Pro Enhanced" icon on software packaging. We'll also update this hub with any more news from the show.

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

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