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Burnout Crash gets PG rating

But it hasn’t been announced yet…

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If there’s an “oops” moment here, it belongs to the game publisher rather than Australia’s Classification Board, but Electronic Arts’ unannounced game Burnout Crash has been unveiled because the Board gave it a PG rating.

The game is described as multiplatform, and gets the rating on the basis of “mid-level” violence.

Burnout Crash is presumed to be a revival of the Burnout franchise, dormant since 2008.

As a number of gamers’ sites have noted, an EA engineer’s LinkedIn profile identifies at least the PS3 and Xbox 360 as target platforms for the game. ®

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