Announcing the news during last night's PlayStation Experience event, Laydan didn't give any other specifics besides stating that Sony is making a host of changes to its online service. Additionally, Sony confirmed you don't need to own The Last Guardian to download the VR experience.
After Sony unveiled so much at the Paris Games Week, many already suspected they wouldn't have much left in reserve for PSX, and that's certainly proven to be the case.
However, during the show, Sir Daniel's announcement was only briefly teased with a video clip revealing his tombstone, his skull and, ultimately, the game's title.
Soul Calibur VI, which was also unveiled at The Game Awards 2017, launched a new trailer that gives players a glimpse of the gameplay from the highly anticipated sixth installment of the fighting franchise. Although only via a 4K remaster, and not a new game. You can also choose the PlayStation VR DOOM VFR Bundle ($299) which includes the PS VR headset, a PlayStation Camera, a copy of Doom VFR and the new PS VR demo disc.
That's right, the head boss himself took the stage during the first day of the PlayStation Experience and stated that he was confident the PS4 would continue to dominate the gaming industry in 2018.
MediEvil was released in 1998 and developed by SCE Cambridge, who eventually became Guerilla Cambridge before its closure this year.
Of course, PSX wouldn't be the same without a host of new trailers.