Australians Won't See R18+ Rating for Two Years
Posted on Friday, October 28 @ 18:11:35 PST by Nicholas Tan
There is legislation that's been put to Parliament about the changes. What happens next is a long process again. It's probably going to take another couple of years before you're actually going to get an R18 that you can apply for, like a conventional classification that you have today.So essentially, it will take as long as you did reading that full quote instead of just reading, "It's bureaucracy." Whatever the delays, it just means that games won't be able to receive the R18+ rating they deserve until much later, so Australians will still see mature content needlessly butchered from their video games.
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