Sir Daniel’s second adventure could be getting the remake treatment as well.
Last Halloween, we got to see the return of the cult classic MediEvil with a ground-up remake of the game on PS4. The game follows Sir Daniel as he’s resurrected and battles evil as a literal skeleton of his former self. The franchise was a short-lived one on the original PlayStation, but has seen revivals from time to time with re-releases of the first title. However, there was a sequel as well, one that’s been less revisited- but that may change if a tease from the original game’s composer is anything to go by.
On his official Twitter, composer Andrew Barnabas responded to a tweet from a MediEvil fan account simply saying “2.” His answer was coy, saying “actually…” before seeming to stop just short of saying that something was happening with the second game. He also replied to a user who said the recent remake wasn’t successful and therefore wouldn’t lead to a remake of the sequel, saying that was incorrect. Sony has said little about the first MediEvil remake since it released.
MediEvil 2 takes place in a Victorian London setting. There’s been less love in general directed its way than for its predecessor, but for fans who enjoyed revisiting Sir Daniel’s first adventure, it’ll surely be a welcome return. Whether or not Barnabas is just teasing or there is more to this is something we’ll just have to see. Hopefully, though, Sir Daniel’s resurrection continues.
— Andrew Barnabas (@AndrewBarnabas) February 2, 2020
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— Andrew Barnabas (@AndrewBarnabas) February 3, 2020