The iconic third-person shooter Freedom Fighters has received a new rating on PEGI website, which could suggest a re-release or perhaps a potential remaster of the game.
Way back in 2003, IO Interactive and EA released Freedom Fighters, a third-person shooter set in an alternate history where the Soviet Union has invaded and occupied New York City. A bold story that for sure but we remember Freedom Fighters for its atmosphere, fantastic soundtrack and visuals.
Sadly, the game is nowhere to be found at the moment - you can't buy it on any platform - but judging from the recent rating over on PEGI (Pan European Game Infomation), a re-release or even something bigger could be on the way.
Freedom Fighters rating has been updated with a small change. EA is no longer listed as the publisher, instead, the developer IO Interactive now appears in the rating. PC is mentioned as a release platform which hints at a potential Steam release.
At the moment, we do not have any additional information about Freedom Fighters re-release but it looks like we could get a proper announcement very soon.
Of course, a remaster or a proper remake would be the stuff of dreams for many players but do not get your hopes up just yet, at least not until IO Interactive officially comment on the matter.
You can check out the PEGI rating of Freedom Fighters here.