No other details were revealed, such as an exact release date, but the end of the teaser trailer did promise that more details would be released “soon”. Not a lot has been heard from the was re-released on the PSN Store for the PS3 in 2009, but that was mostly it.So it’s really good to see that Sony hasn’t completely forgotten about the franchise.
Three of the cloisters (Cuxa, "Bonnefont," and Trie) feature gardens—planted according to horticultural information found in medieval treatises and poetry, garden documents, and herbals.
Also on view is an array of ivories from the Gothic period, while luxury tableware and a rotating display of tapestries recall the world of late medieval aristocrats.
The Met Cloisters The Met Cloisters, the Museum's branch dedicated to the art and architecture of medieval Europe, is located on four acres overlooking the Hudson River in northern Manhattan's Fort Tryon Park.
The remaster is being described by Sony as a “a proper, PS4-grade resurrection”, so there may be more upgrades to the game than a typical remaster would usually have.
That’s conjecture on our part, of course, but we’re hoping more will be revealed on the release sooner rather than later.