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China Audiovisual Association classification logo added to Switch 13.2.0 update file-Qooah

According to foreign media reports, Nintendo launched the 13.2.0 firmware update on December 1, 2021. However, foreign players said that although some existing bugs and some functions have been adjusted in this update, it is actually Including mystery, the player revealed a piece of information closely related to mainland China.

Data mining by foreign player Twitter user OatmealDome found that this Nintendo Switch 13.2.0 version update has added the China Audiovisual and Digital Association (CADPA) “Game Age Reminder” grading icon.

In the lower right corner of the game launch interface in Mainland China, the “CADPA” classification mark issued by the China Audiovisual and Digital Association has been added. That is, the green “8 years old and over”, blue “12 years old and over”, and yellow “16 years old and over reminder”.

CADPA is actually the first vice-president of the China Audiovisual and Digital Association Press, Zhang Yijun, who released the “Online Game Age Reminder” group standard at the 2020 China Game Industry Annual Conference on December 16 last year. And under the guidance of the Publishing Bureau of the Central Propaganda Department, the development is jointly led by well-known domestic Internet companies such as Tencent, NetEase, and People’s Daily Online.

At present, most of Nintendo’s first-party games are green 8-year-old signs.

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