In a odd turn of events, a total remaster of the PS1 title MediEvil has been announced during tonight's PlayStation Experience (PSX) event. The PlayStation 4 has reached the 70 million sold units milestone, whereas the PlayStation Virtual Reality has reached 2 million. While there was little in the way of new game announcements, that doesn't mean that Sony had nothing to reveal at the event.
THE Japanese entertainment and technology conglomerate said that as of December 3 it has sold a total of 70.6 million PlayStation 4 consoles. Meanwhile, Microsoft follows close on the heels with its new Xbox One X, which the Redmond giant claims as the most powerful gaming console. Microsoft's defeat was obvious as the company has not even released specific sales figures for its consoles.
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Sony is resurrecting MediEvil for PlayStation 4 in 2018.
It can be recalled that last year's PlayStation Experience also hosted "The Last of Us Part 2", although information was limited as the game was still in its early stages of development.
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The Japanese entertainment and technology conglomerate, Sony has released some new statistics about the growth of sales. On the other hand, Microsoft has just recently launched the Xbox One X in November 7.
There have been a lot of successful PlayStation remasters in recent years and this years PlayStation Experience just revealed another cult classic that could be a hit with fans.
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