In February last year, Capcom released Capcom Arcade Stadium for the Nintendo Switch, and then brought it over to PS4, Xbox One, and PC a few months later, offering a cavalcade of beloved Capcom arcade titles from the ’80s and ’90s, from Commando and Final Fight to Super Street Fighter 2 Turbo and many, many more. And it seems like the Japanese company is preparing to double down on those offerings.
As reported by VGC, a classification rating for Capcom Arcade 2nd Stadium was recently spotted on the website of the Korean ratings board, the Game Rating and Administration Committee of Korea (GRAC). There’s also a separate rating for Capcom Arcade 2nd Stadium Bundle #1, suggesting that the sequel might follow a similar release plan to the first game.
Interestingly, while the original Capcom Arcade Stadium received an age rating of 12+ in South Korea, its sequel and the bundle pack shave received a 15+ rating.
Both ratings only mention PC as a platform, and contain the following brief description for the game: “A PC game that features various retro arcade games from the ’80s and ’90s developed by Capcom as a collection.”
Of course, Capcom is yet to officially announce a full-fledged sequel to the arcade collection, but if the classification rating is anything to go by, that could change soon.
As is always the case, don’t treat this as confirmed until Capcom makes an announcement- though leaks of unannounced games via age ratings generally tend to be accurate. Either way, we’ll keep you updated, so stay tuned.