After the show was over, Sony's livestream switched back to its panel of hosts and announced a new From Software game -- jumping straight into a slightly creepy, sepia-toned trailer about... well there's not much information yet.
What we do know is it is a PSVR title and it has a cat. So that's a positive.
The trailer shows a young girl in an empty boarding school, with that distinct From Software hair. There's a motherly voice discussing being a "fairy" and living in a world where "time stands still" -- so not only do we get the hair, but also that uniquely From Software dialogue and exposition.
It's not what I wanted (where's Bloodborne 2 at?) but this will tide me over. I like that From Software isn't resting on its laurels all that much and just continuing to make strange, outside-the-box video games -- and in VR, no less!
According to the YouTube description, the game will be released in 2018.
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