It’s a sad day when you realize the Demon’s Souls online servers have been shut down. Since the news broke, fans around the world have become an echoing chamber of pleas for a PlayStation 4 remake of the title. Oddly enough, something has happened that may make their hearts skip a beat, and many gamers alike begin to hold their breath for news regarding this matter: The ESRB has a new rating for the game, which went live on their website earlier today.
While the rating for the game is for the PlayStation 4 version of the game, but rather for the PlayStation 3 version, there could still be hope. Just remember, this isn’t any form of confirmation from ATLUS or Sony themselves, but rather, could just be a re-listing due to the online elements of the game having been shut down.
Here’s the newly revised version of the ESRB rating:
While the game does maintain its M-Rating and is a listing of the ATLUS USA title, we can confirm that the “online interactions not rated by the ESRB,” has been removed from the ESRB rating itself. For now, we’re going to have to just cross our fingers and hope a studio such as Bluepoint Games can team up with SIE Japan in order to bring the game back to life as a remarkable remaster of the PS3 classic.
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