Australia refused to rate what could be a new Rockstar Game
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Thanks to a Kotaku report and an entry on the Australian Classification website, its been discovered that Rockstar Games has something new in the pipeline.
Named Bonaire, not much information is provided other than Rockstar Games being its publisher and production company. It's also categorised as a computer game that was refused classification just yesterday, but that doesn't say much either.
Red Dead Redemption 2 had a segment of the campaign that took place on a fictional Caribbean island called Guarma. Considering Bonaire is the name of an actual Caribbean island, Kotaku Australia believes the listing is for a Red Dead Redemption 2 DLC. It could easily be an expansion of the single-player mode, online mode or both. However, there's also a slim chance that it's an entirely new game.
Red Dead Redemption 2 received an MA15+ rating in Australia, so if Bonaire really is DLC for it, what could it contain to warrant a refusal? Many games have been refused classification in Australia, only to eventually get it later after some time, so Bonaire could still get a rating. The most important issue though is figuring out what Bonaire actually is. Your guess is as good as mine.