PS Plus might add PS1 game for a third time after platinum trophy leak

A new trophy list containing a MediEvil PS1 platinum trophy has been revealed, suggesting the game is getting a third version of PS Plus.

PS Plus might add PS1 game for a third time after platinum trophy leak
Lee Brady

Lee Brady


A new batch of MediEvil trophies has been discovered on the PS Store, suggesting that yet another version of the game is about to hit PS Plus in the near future. This new MediEvil PS1 platinum trophy has revealed an identical trophy list to the PS4 remake of the game, yet the art is undeniably for the PS1 original (which isn't currently available on PS5 or PS4). So, who's ready for more MediEvil? It might not be one of the best PS Plus games, but it's certainly one of the most PS Plus games.

MediEvil gets a third platinum trophy on PS5 and PS4

Our scanners spotted the new MediEvil trophy list on the backend of the PS Store, which comes with hero art containing the original PS1 logo for the game and also new art for each of the trophies. This suggests that a third version of MediEvil is coming to the PS Store — most likely an emulated port of the original PS1 game with trophy support for PS Plus Premium.
In case you didn't know, MediEvil was a gothic-infused action adventure game originally released on the PS1 in 1998. It was developed by Sony's first-party studio SCE Studio Cambridge — later known as Guerrilla Cambridge, the developers of PS Vita shooter Killzone Mercenary. The game went on to receive a sequel on PS1 (MediEvil 2), a PSP port (MediEvil Resurrection), and a PS4 remake in 2019 (just called MediEvil).

While Guerrilla Cambridge eventually got shut down in 2017, MediEvil continues to live on beyond the studio — largely on PS Plus, where subscribers can already find both the PS4 remake and the PSP port of the game. Now it seems like we're getting a third outing for the game on PS Plus, which is simply wild; especially since we've still to receive any sort of port for MediEvil 2 on PS5 or PS4.


Unlike MediEvil Resurrection, which came to PS Plus Premium in 2023 with its own unique trophy list, this PS1 version of the game carries with it the exact same trophies as 2019's MediEvil PS4 remake — except that this time Sony didn't bother making half of the trophy list hidden.

So, if you absolutely love MediEvil and want to earn another platinum trophy in the series, check out the full MediEvil PS1 trophy list below for what you have to face. I suspect we might see the game announced for the PlayStation Plus April 2024 Extra and Premium line-up on Wednesday, April 10, 2024. So look forward to that.

MediEvil PS1 trophy list

Name Description
Savior of Gallowmere Unlock all trophies in MediEvil. icon
Quest Complete-est Complete all levels in the game. icon
Morten Would Be Proud Defeat 250 enemies across your adventure. icon
King of Cups Collect all the Chalice rewards. icon
Wolfsbane Defeat the Guardians of the Graveyard. icon
A Paneful Demise Defeat the Stained Glass Demon in the Hilltop Mausoleum. icon
Demolished the Demons Destroy both Flying Demons in the Enchanted Earth. icon
Bone Head Bone Dead Defeat the Ghost Ship Captain aboard the Ghost Ship. icon
Antagonist Eradicate the Ant Queen and her Army Ants. icon
Pulp King Pumpkin Defeat the Pumpkin Serpent in mortal pumpkin combat. icon
Not So Scary Now, Eh? Defeat Lord Kardok. icon
Whack-A-Wyrm Defeat the dragon in the Crystal Caves. icon
Almost a Hero Give your Army of Warriors everything you have. icon
Spring to Life Fully exhaust the Fountain of Rejuvenation. icon
Top Me Up! Fully exhaust the Fountain of Rejuvenation 10 times. icon
If It Slithers, I Slays Kill the Serpent of Gallowmere. icon
Healthiest Man Alive - Er Dead Collect every Life Bottle. icon
Sir Moneybags Collect 2,500 coins. icon
Sneaky Finish any level outside of Dan's Crypt without defeating any enemies or taking damage. icon
Impaired Drivers Defeat both Metal Machines and their taunting imp pilots. icon
Master Dan-At-Arms Collect every weapon. icon
Dizzy Decimator Defeat 30 enemies with the sword spin attack. icon
The Answer Is Chicken Throw 42 Chicken Drumsticks. icon
Witches’ Familiar Collect the Witch Talisman and complete both witch quests. icon
Zip Zap Imp Splat Fry a dozen imps with Lightning. icon
Gimme That Back! Lose, then recover your weapon from an imp. icon
It’s Not Their Fault They’re Mad Don't harm the Sleeping Villagers. icon
Deathly Smorgasbord Get a Game Over 5 times. icon
Partial to the Potions Drink 32 Energy Vials. icon
Now with Added Magic! Enchant the Broad Sword. icon
Mostly Armless Kill something with your own arm. icon
Rock Wrangler Avoid all the rolling rocks on Cemetery Hill. icon
Colonel Fortesque’s Special Recipe Turn an enemy into a Roast Chicken and eat it. icon
Not So Armless Defeat Stained Glass Demon with just your arm. icon
Cooper Destroy 15 barrels in the Sleeping Village. icon
That's Just Mean! Smash a severed hand. icon
Walls Are for Chumps Return to Dan's Crypt and smash down the secret wall. icon
Arsonist Set 50 enemies on fire. icon
Stop Hitting Yourself Get hit by a falling crystal in the Crystal Caves. icon
For the rest of us, it's back to scratching our heads, wondering just why Sony is doing this instead of MediEvil 2. I mean, I'm happy to see the game on our PS1 games list, it's certainly a decently good time, but enough to warrant three ports? You'll have to let me know in the comments if this is something you've been hoping for, because I'm at a loss with this one.
Written by Lee Brady
Staff Writer Lee keeps one eye on the future (Shadow x Sonic Generations), one eye on the past (PS1, PS2, and PS3 games), and his secret third eye on junk he really likes (Final Fantasy, Sonic, Kingdom Hearts). A PlayStation fan since childhood, he loves nothing more than to scrutinize PS Plus and PS5 player data.
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