The ESRB has officially rated the upcoming Beyond Good and Evil 20th Anniversary Edition for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, and PC ahead of its 2024 release.
While the contents of the rating aren’t exactly notable, this release is tagged as E10+ instead of T for Teen, like the previous launches of Beyond Good and Evil. It’s currently unknown if any story content or such is being altered for this new edition of the game.
You can view the quoted ESRB rating description for Beyond Good and Evil 20th Anniversary Edition below:
“This is an action-adventure game in which players assume the role of a reporter accompanied by a pig-like companion investigating a conspiracy on the planet of Hillys. From a third-person perspective, players explore fantasy locations, take photos of evidence, solve puzzles, and fight robot and alien enemies.
Combat is sometimes fast-paced, with players using melee weapons (e.g., staffs, torches) to strike stylized enemies that generally break apart or vanish into puffs of smoke. One boss battle depicts a squid-like alien stabbed in the eye, with yellow-green splatter effects.”
Thanks to Wario64 for sharing this news.
Beyond Good and Evil 20th Anniversary Edition is planned to officially launch in early 2024. Based on the store page, it will feature “4K, 60 fps with improved graphics, controls, and audio, along with brand-new autosave and cross-save features,” as well as Smart Delivery for Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S.
We’ll keep you all updated on the eventual release of Beyond Good and Evil 20th Anniversary Edition.
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