The Elder Scrolls: Arena classified in Australia, suggests re-release

By Dave Cook, Monday, 15 April 2013 11:58 GMT

The Elder Scrolls: Arena has been age-rated by the Australian Classification Board, suggesting Bethesda’s first Elder Scrolls outing is heading towards some kind of re-release.

The listing can be found here, and was filed on April 9. It’s listed as “original” which typically suggests it’s a straight re-release, rather than an altered port or reboot.

It was filed by Bethesda owner Zenimax and is listed as a multi-format release. Eurogamer has added that while Bethesda has already made Arena free on PC – you can grab it here – a tablet and mobile release could be a possibility.

We’ll have more on this one as it happens. Meanwhile, would you like to see Arena released again on your format of choice? Let us know below.

Thanks Games.On.Net.

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