Baten Kaitos I & II Remaster

South African Rating Board Leaks LEGO 2K Goooal!, Origination and More

The South African Rating Board (also known as the FPB) accidentally leaked a handful of unannounced games this morning after the organization posted its April and May classifications which included titles which haven’t been confirmed yet. The board all but announced a new Borderlands Collection called The Borderlands Compilation: Pandora’s Box.

Outside of the Borderlands game, the FPB has also confirmed that the previously leaked LEGO football game by 2K Games and Sumo Digital is actually called LEGO 2K Goooal! The game was leaked in a report late last year alongside LEGO 2K Drive, a new LEGO NBA game and a third sports-based LEGO game.

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While the report detailed a LEGO football game at the time, the FPB has now given that leak a name. Of course, the leaked list of games doesn’t include a release date so we’ll have to wait and see when 2K Games and Sumo Digital announce it.

Apart from that, the leaked list also includes a game called Origination. According to the trademark, it is a game being published by Bandai Namco. The trademark was filed in November 2021 and details the launch platforms as PC and consoles.

Lastly, the list includes the mention of Baten Kaitos I & II HD Remaster. While this game isn’t anything new, up to now, we thought the RPG remaster was releasing only on Nintendo Switch. The FPB’s list now confirms a PC version too.

The list then includes games which have been announced and some which have already been released so there’s nothing else to look at. The most interesting titles on the leak are definitely the LEGO 2K Goooal! game and The Borderlands Compilation: Pandora’s Box.

There’s no word yet on what the Borderlands game will include but it will likely be a full collection of all the Borderlands games and perhaps Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands too.

Marco is the owner and founder of GLITCHED. South Africa’s largest gaming and pop culture website. GLITCHED quickly established itself with tech and gaming enthusiasts with on-point opinions, quick coverage of breaking events and unbiased reviews across its website, social platforms, and YouTube channel.

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