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Post by KostaAndreadis @ 05:48pm 30/06/21 | 0 Comments
Usually when there's news and the source is the Australian Classification Board, odds are it's about a game being refused classification. Otherwise, effectively banned for sale in Australia. Well, today is different and potentially very cool - with a mysterious new id Software joint appearing.

A game with the title 'PROJECT 2021B'.

And seeing as it has been given an M rating we're pretty sure it's not DOOM -- on the account of that game being a very hard R. With the submission made by Zenimax Australia Pty Ltd it also lists 'Violence' as the only factor that plays into the rating. Which you can find here.

There's not much to go on really, other than the rating and a mention of 'online interactivity', but with QuakeCon around the corner perhaps a big reveal is coming there.

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