Sir Daniel voice actor teases return for MediEvil Remastered

"The things that I do to prepare for some jobs."

Jason Wilson, who co-created MediEvil and voiced protagonist Sir Daniel Fortesque in both the original MediEvil and MediEvil: Resurrection, has teased his return for the upcoming MediEvil Remastered for PlayStation 4.

“The things that I do to prepare for some jobs,” Wilson said in a tweet under his graphic novel writing pseudonym Jay Gunn. The following image is attached:

Sir Daniel Voice Actor

Wilson has previously said that when voicing Sir Daniel, he “read[s] the lines through gritted teeth with a bucket over [his] head.”

MediEvil Remastered was announced at PlayStation Experience 2017 last December. While there has not been any updates since then, that will change either this week or next, when Sony Interactive Entertainment expects to share a “big update” on the release.

Thanks, ResetEra.

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