Unlike EA's game, this Nintendo published title has obviously already been announced. We also know it's arriving next year on 12th February. After all the delays this year, this rating at least gives us some reassurance it will arrive on time.
Just like the Wii U release, the Switch version (including a new expansion) has received a G rating (for general). However, according to the Australian Classification Board, it contains "very mild themes and violence" along with "online interactivity".
This is likely due to the Bowser's Fury - which appears to contain new levels and challenges. Nintendo says it will share additional details about what "fun things the game has to offer" soon. One other upcoming Switch game recently rated by the Australian Classification Board was Bravely Default II.
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