MEDIEVIL Composer Andrew Barnabas Suggests a Remake of 2000's MEDIEVIL 2 Is in the Works
Mechanic: Bartosz Sobczak
Category: Action-Adventure Games
It looks like last year's remake of 1998's MediEvil was just the first part of a total reimagining of the PlayStation-exclusive series — as Composer Andrew Barnabas suggests a brand-new version of 2000's MediEvil 2 is in development.
MediEvil still has its fans, and one of them is a Twitter user known as Resurrect Fortesque. The MediEvil enthusiast has recently posted a simple "2" on his Twitter, and it would've been nothing special if not for the fact that Barnabas instantly responded to the fan's message with a mysterious "Actually."
Barnabas had the chance to score MediEvil, its sequel, MediEvil: Resurrection, and the remake of the original.
The sequel was originally released in April 2000, once again focusing on Sir Daniel Fortesque's bizarre quest to stop the villainous Lord Palethorn and Jack the Ripper — as the duo's plan to ruin Victorian London requires raising an army of the dead.
Considering that the long-awaited PS4 successor will hit stores around the world this holiday season, it's safe to say that the rumoured remake of MediEvil 2 is a next-gen project that might actually arrive exclusively on PS5 in the next couple of years. For the time being, take it with a grain of salt.
Actually.....— Andrew Barnabas (@AndrewBarnabas) February 2, 2020
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