Here's where you can get your MediEvil PS4 pre-order, including the deluxe edition.

MediEvil PS4 Pre-Order Guide

Here's where you can get your MediEvil PS4 pre-order, including the deluxe edition.

Sir Daniel Fortesque is less than a month away from coming back to life (again) in MediEvil on PlayStation 4. The game releases October 25, six days before Halloween, and several retailers have opened pre-orders for the PS4 exclusive.

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If you’ve played the recent PS4 demo of the game, it’s a safe bet you’re itching to get your hands on the game as quickly as possible. 

MediEvil PS4 Physical Edition

Price: $29.99

Unlike most modern remakes, MediEvil is priced at just $29.99, and you can get your physical copy from the following retailers:

Sir Daniel Fortesque fights a minotaur enemy in MediEvil for PS4

MediEvil PS4 Digital Edition 

Price: $29.99

The digital version of MediEvil is also $29.99. Since this is a PS4 game, there’s only one place you can order the digital edition:

MediEvil PS4 Digital Deluxe Edition

Price: $39.99

However, the PS Store is also offering a MediEvil digital deluxe version with a host of special extras for $39.99.

For $10 more than the standard digital edition, you get the full game, the Golden Super Armor, a digital artbook, a digital comic, the game’s soundtrack, and a dynamic PS4 theme. 

As with the regular digital version of the game, there’s only one place to get the digital deluxe version: 

Pre-ordering either the regular digital version or the digital deluxe version also gets you a MediEvil avatar set.

If you’re still on the fence about MediEvil for the PlayStation 4, there’s a short, free demo available from the PS Store until October 7, and you can check out recent gameplay here.

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