MediEvil PS4 Remake Goes Gold, Set To Launch In October
MediEvil is getting a full remake for PS4 developed by Other Ocean. This remake is based on the first MediEvil game. It has gone gold now.
In development terminology, going gold means that the final code for the game has been pressed onto discs and it is now ready to factories so that multiple copies and made and pressed into discs that will be shipped to the retailers.
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MediEvil is a budget-priced release from Sony that has been outsourced to Other Ocean. It was first developed and released for the PS1. The remake was announced by Sony during PSX 2017 and will launch on October 25, 2019.
Other Ocean, the developer behind this remake, have shared the announcement of the game hitting the Gold status on their official account. They showed an image of the burned copy containing the final code that will be sent to the factories to get the game ready in time for launch.
This remake has been recreated to be as faithful to the original as possible. It will also contain some of the cut content that was left behind in code but didn’t make its way to the final game. The visuals have been completed upgraded but the gameplay has been left as authentic to the original as possible.
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MediEvil will launch on October 25, 2019, for the PS4. It has been given a budget-price with $29.99 launch price and will be available to purchase through retail stores as well. The game was confirmed to offer improved visuals after its initial showing in a new trailer.