Fruit Ninja Kinect 2 has been confirmed for the Xbox One ahead of its release via its ESRB rating.
“This is an action game in which players slice flying pieces of fruit in a whimsical setting,” reads the description. “Players swipe to cut pieces of fruit while avoiding smoke bombs that briefly cloud the screen.”
While the ESRB has rated it E for everyone, it still warns that Fruit Ninja Kinect 2 features oblique references to alcohol in on-screen text descriptions like “In Eastern Africa you can buy banana beer.” Yes, you should prepare yourselves for that one.
The same content rating was issued by the Australian Classification Board last month that pegged the game for a multi-platform release. The game could very well also land on the Xbox 360.
However, neither developer Halfbrick nor publisher Microsoft have stepped up with a formal announcement that confirms the game’s existence and gives us more information about its release.
The first Fruit Ninja installment on the Xbox 360 was released back in 2011. Prior to that the game dominated the mobile platforms with its simplistic controls scheme.