So a lot of us think OP might be the Last Knight or that even Megatron might be The Last Knight. We do know that Lockdown said in AOE that he was hunting all the Knights and that OP was the last right? IF OP was the last, I don't think we would be getting a movie again about Optimus as "The Last Knight". OP might in fact be a Knight and Megatron may also turn out to be "A long lost Knight". But I really think this is all misdirection to keep up from the real "Last Knight". Now looking at this movies Transformers The Last Knight "font", and knowing how Hasbro has been talking about a combined Universe for many of its known and not so known brands. What if and I do mean "IF", The Last Knight is none other than (Rom the Space Knight)? Rom if used as a TF and not the human/robot hybrid in the comics, Rom as both in name and character could fit the bill. Now we also know they already hinted that "they already have their Knight in gold" right? And of course a lot of people jumped right out and said Bee. I don't think Bee lol. Let's look at the font again. It matches the font of Rom The Space Knight. The hint of a knight in gold is a big hint indeed. But wait! Rom is silver in the comics right? Yes but, let's step back and say for the sake of argument that "The Last Knight" is gold. What if and again "IF", The Last Knight is Rom but they also mix his origins with that of "The Last Autobot"? For those that don't know who The Last Autobot is, here Last Autobot - Transformers Wiki The last Autobot, given the name of Rom and "The Last Knight". Would make a lot of sense and fit into the story if in the pretense of him being the protector of Cybertron and still hidden there. Also, on the billboard in NY, we see what looks like a ship or space station in the sky. Reaching here, but If my above theory turns out to be true, there is a good chance that the Space Station we see there could also belong to The Last Knight/The Last Autobot and might be his "Watch Tower" station he later uses to watch over Cybertron.