The Taiwan Digital Games Classification Committee ranked Chronicles of The Great Ace Attorney for PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch and PC. Furthermore, it also ranked the Nintendo Switch version of Tales from the Borderlands which was recently announced for PC, Xbox One, and PS4. Let’s see how much we know about the two games.
First of all, Chronicles of The Great Ace Attorney It was first discovered in November 2020 after a Capcom information leak. As revealed, it would contain The Great Ace Attorney and The Great Ace Attorney 2, both originally released in 3DS version, respectively in July 2015 and August 2017. Currently, we specify, there are no official announcements about it, even if the leak and the rankings appear to be credible.
Tales from the BorderlandsAs mentioned, it will be relaunched on PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4, after being released on PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, Xbox One, PC, iOS, and Android in November 2014. Taiwan’s rating speaks, however, of the Switch version, for now not officially announced. In addition, in Europe it was also recently ranked in the versions of PS5 and Xbox Series X | However, these have not been officially announced either.
Also, we can find that it has been classified Genshin Impact on the PS5 version– The game can already be run through Sony’s next-gen console, but only through backward compatibility on the PS4 version. A native version of PlayStation 5 would certainly be welcome. Then we can discover, again through the Taiwan classification, the Switch version of Secret neighbor, for now available on PC and Xbox One, and also a Switch version of Snowrunner, released in April 2020 for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.
Finally, we report that PS5 and Nintendo Switch are the best-selling consoles in January 2021 in the US.
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