TERMINATOR: RESISTANCE ENHANCED Has Been Rated by Australian Classification Board


Source: The Australian Classification Board

Category: First-Person Shooters

TERMINATOR: RESISTANCE ENHANCED Has Been Rated by Australian Classification Board

It looks like Polish video game developer Teyon is working on a brand-new version of last year's Terminator: Resistance, as Terminator: Resistance Enhanced has been rated by the official Australian Classification Board.

According to the rating board, Terminator: Resistance Enhanced will make its debut at some point next year.

Considering that Terminator: Resistance is a last-gen title — available only for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC — its new edition may very well be heading to next-gen consoles, namely PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series.

Although Terminator: Resistance is a relatively short adventure — the average player needs around 10 hours to finish its story mode — that didn't go down well with the majority of critics, players who actually gave it a fair chance enjoyed the experience much more, as the game has received mostly positive reviews on Steam.

Publisher Reef Entertainment had not revealed any plans to produce Terminator: Resistance Enhanced at the time of this writing. As always, we will keep you updated if more information becomes available. Take a look:

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