Japanese games rating board declares a temporary one-month closure

Japanese games rating board declares a temporary one-month closure

Many upcoming games could be delayed due to lockdown in Japan. According to gamestalk, The Computer Entertainment Rating Agency (CERO) received a “Declaration of Emergency” issued by the Japanese government based on the Revised Special Measures for Countermeasures against Pandemic Influenza, and all operations from April 8 to May 6 Announced that it will be suspended.

Furthermore, They say the rating procedure can not be done remotely. All Employees should be present at the time of the Rating of the games. But due to Lockdown in the country, they will not be able to do their job.

According to Automaton, who interviewed the publisher, in the case of a download version game, it is often judged two or three months before release, therefore, the title will be two to three months from now He pointed out that it would be affected.

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