Titled Endless Summer, the multi-platform game has been rated MA15+
Antipodean censor, Australian Classification, may have tipped the hat of Bethesda's latest horror title, Endless Summer.
The Fallout 3 (pictured above) creators have seen their efforts branded with “strong horror themes and violence” by the classification board, which rated the game only a few days ago (April 22nd).
An accompanying chart says the game has strong impact themes and violence, with mild language and sex, no drug use and “very mild impact” nudity.
Whether Endless Summer is the actual title of the horror game or just a codename remains to be seen, but company vice-president Peter Hines recently said that fans should watch out for big things from Bethesda.
"I think you'll hear us making considerably more noise this year than we did last year, as a publisher," he told OXM.
"Obviously the Elder Scrolls Online is out and we've got the Dishonored DLC, but we will be announcing new stuff and making some noise, and I think when we get the chance to show you guys what we're up to, that you'll sit up and take notice."