MediEvil PS4 Demo Confirmed To Be A Fake Fan-Made Demo Created In Unreal Engine 4

This might be a sad news for all the MediEvil fans as the supposedly “leaked” demo of MedeEvil for the PS4 has been confirmed to be a fake. It was a fan-made demo of MediEvil created in Unreal Engine 4 and the intention behind this demo was to draw the attention of Sony and show them that there is still a demand for this series.

The “leak” originally came in the form of a couple of screenshots showing Sir Daniel Fortesque, the main protagonist of MediEvil. The leaker then released two very short videos of the demo, teasing an actual game.

Although as it turns out, the demo was infact running on Unreal Engine 4, and was created with the help of the Grim Fandago Unreal Engine 4 demo creator. You can check out the assets seen in this MediEvil demo shared by the creator on Twitter, including the rig that was modeled for Sir Daniel Fortesque.


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If you are still not convinced, the leaker himself confirmed that it is a fake.

Of course, this doesn’t mean Sony is not working on the IP, as it is still possible that Sony has plans for the IP and might make a new game on the PS4. But if you were hoping that it would be revealed soon, then you should tone down your expectations until an official reveal.

Let us know what you think about this news in the comments below.

Danial Arshad Khan

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