MediEvil Remake’s Digital Deluxe Edition, Pre-Order Bonus Revealed
It’s been a long year and a half since the MediEvil remake was originally announced, but we finally have the end in sight thanks to the new gameplay trailer that released during Sony’s recent State of Play stream. In addition to the new footage, Sony has also revealed the details of the remake’s Digital Deluxe Edition, as well as what fans can expect for bonuses for pre-ordering the game through the PlayStation Store before its late October release date.
Since the official listing went live on the PlayStation Store, we now know that the MediEvil remake will run for $30, and will be available for purchase as both a physical copy through retail stores and digitally, exclusively through the PlayStation Store. Either way, the game will retail for $30, with the Digital Deluxe Edition running for an additional $10 more. Here’s what you’ll get if you go with the Digital Deluxe Edition:
As shown above, those that purchase the Digital Deluxe Edition of the MediEvil remake will get the exclusive in-game ‘Golden Super Armor’ set, a digital artbook and comic, the soundtrack, and a dynamic PS4 theme. Those that pre-order the game through the PlayStation Store get a MediEvil avatar set. Here’s the breakdown of the game courtesy of the store listing:
“Re-live the original adventure on PlayStation 4. The beloved fan-favorite has been completely remade from the grave up, blending classic gameplay with stunning visuals, all in eye-popping 4K! Step into the bones of Sir Daniel Fortesque, a slightly-inept (and long dead) knight accidentally resurrected by his greatest enemy, the evil sorcerer Zarok. With a second chance to foil his greatest foe, Dan will once again set out to save the kingdom of Gallowmere and earn his place as a true hero.”
The MediEvil remake launches exclusively for the PlayStation 4 on October 25, 2019.
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