The listing has now been removed from the GRAC database, which listed Take-Two as the editor.
Hades was, without a doubt, one of the best games of all 2020. In fact, the Supergiant Games roguelike won the odd GOTY 2020 award ahead of bigger budget favorites. And now, a little less than a year after its final release, Hades seems to be on his way to PlayStation … Or, at least, so the classification agencies suggest South Korea.
Discovered First by ResetEra users, and shared by Eurogamer, the Games Classification and Administration Committee (GRAC) of South Korea has reviewed and rated a version of Hades for PS4. A list that has surely been published ahead of time by mistake, since, at the time of writing this news, the GRAC has made the entrance private in your database.
Interestingly, the list of Hades for PS4 pointed to Take-Two as the editor of the game, which suggests that its subsidiary Private Division would be in charge of publishing the game (at least in Korea). As usual, and while these listings they are usually good indicators of the next releases, we remind you that do not treat this as confirmation no problem.
SuperGiant Games hasn’t announced a PS4 version of Hades yet, and we will be aware of any news that could be given on the subject in the next weeks. Released in 2018 as an early access game for PC, Hades debuted its final version in 2020 surrounded by rave reviews. A title that has won the Game of the Year award at the DICE Awards and the BAFTA Games, which we talk about in detail in our analysis of Hades.
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