Bandai Namco's strategy RPG Digimon Survive has been rated by the Australian classification board, which suggests that more news could be coming soon.
Not a lot has been said about Digimon Survive ever since its official reveal and the most recent news regarding the delay to 2022.
This tactical RPG was initially scheduled to launch back in 2019 but was delayed to 2020 and then again to 2021.
Then, Toei Animation, the anime studio who own the Digimon franchise and the publisher Bandai Namco revealed that the game would be delayed, this time to mid-2022, due to the ongoing pandemic, which has slowed down the development significantly.
However, it seems that the development could be in the final stages since Digimon Survive has been rated by the Australian classification rating board.
Digimon Survive received PG rating which means "mild fantasy violence and coarse language".
And while ratings in the EU and NA usually mean the game is close to the release, in Australia, it doesn't work that way so don't get your hopes up just yet.
Still, this is certainly a good sign, that Digimon Survive is still releasing, only, not as soon as we all hoped.
Digimon Survive is planned to launch on PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch. PS5 and Xbox Series X|S is yet to be announced but we expect at least a backwards-compatible version for the new consoles.