Definitive and remastered versions of older games have become popular this console generation, and it looks like we may soon have two more games joining the remastered ranks.

The Brazilian Advisory Rating System website recently listed two previously unannounced titles: Gears of War: Ultimate Edition and Dishonored: Definitive Edition. While it's not 100 percent confirmation the two games exist, chances are we will see these two titles officially announced at E3 next month.

Like other "Definitive," "Remastered," and "Ultimate" editions before it, we can probably expect these two games to be released on current-gen hardware, have enhanced graphics, bug-fixes, gameplay improvements and include all the various downloadable content released for each game.

News that a remastered Gears of War is coming isn't terribly surprising. We know Microsoft and Black Tusk Studios are working on the next installment in the Gears of War franchise. It makes sense then that a remastered version of the first Gears of War game (or all of them, in the same vein of Halo: The Master Chief Collection) would be on the way to get fans excited about the franchise's return. Images from the remastered game have already appeared online, and online multiplayer matches were being played a few weeks back.

What is surprising is Dishonored. The critically acclaimed stealth title made waves when it originally released in 2012 and later went on to get a "Game of the Year" edition which included all of the title's DLC. Since then we haven't heard a peep from Dishonored developer Arkane Studios, including no word on whether or not a sequel is being made.

Dishonored was published by Bethesda. We know Bethesda will be holding its first ever press conference next month and will (probably) announce Fallout 4. Chances are a Dishonored: Definitive Edition for Xbox One and PlayStation 4 may also be announced. Might a Dishonored re-release point towards a Dishonored 2 coming sooner rather than later? After all, what reason would Bethesda have at re-releasing an older title unless it had plans for the franchise's future?

If a Dishonored: Definitive Edition is indeed announced, chances are Dishonored 2 won't be far behind. We will know more in a few short weeks.

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