The Elder Scrolls: Arena rated in Australia

Update - Added official comment from Bethesda.

We may know the name of another Elder Scrolls project, thanks to yet another ratings board slip. This time Australia has rated The Elder Scrolls: Arena, which fans may recognize as the name of a brutally difficult 1994 PC DOS game.

The rating (via IGN) lists it as "M" due to moderate amount of "fantasy violence." It also purports to be "multi platform," which the original title was not. The game was rated on April 9.

Though Bethesda has a page devoted to Arena on its official site, it's simply a short explanation of the 1994 game along with a free download. This rating would seem to indicate the possibility of a remake, reboot, or a new port. Shacknews has contacted Bethesda and will update as more information becomes available.

A spokesperson for Bethesda told Shacknews that this appears to be an error on behalf of the ratings board: "Appears this is simply an error on OFLC's part. It should just say PC, not multiplatform. We've notified them and they're going to fix it - there is no new version of the game coming. Just a clerical mixup."