Although we shouldn't get too carried away when a game gets rated, it's always a promising sign when it does happen. In this particular case, we're talking about a recent classification for Xenoblade Chronicles: Definitive Edition in South Korea.
The definitive edition of the game - "which chronicles the adventures of Shulk and Fiora" - was announced during a Nintendo Direct last September and since then it's been listed on the company's official website for a 2020 release. Now, it's been rated by the South Korean Ratings Board.
Again, while it's nothing to get too excited about - it's always nice to know a game's development is on track and perhaps even suggests an official release date announcement is on the way.
As pointed out by GameXplain last month, a Danish retailer with a history of listing information ahead of schedule recently updated its Xenoblade Chronicles: Definitive Edition page to a May release date. If this is the month of its launch, it would follow on from the release of the Trials of Mana remake in April.
Last week in South Korea, ratings appeared for Switch versions of Catherine: Full Body and the XCOM 2 Collection.