According to two listings on Brazil's video game ratings website, Gears of War: Ultimate Edition and Dishonored: Definitive Edition are both on the way for current-gen releases.

IGN reports that a listing for Gears of War: Ultimate Edition has popped up on the Brazilian Advisory System website. While the listing has been changed a bit, it suggests we're getting an Xbox One remake of the first Gears of War, and it'll be done by Black Tusk Studios. Recently, Black Tusk studio manager Rod Fergusson shot down rumors that there was a Marcus Fenix Collection of the Gears of Wars trilogy in the works. At the same time, he didn't refute the existence of a remake of the first game. Black Tusk has already admitted that there are multiple Gears of War projects in development. This means that there are titles in the works other than the fabled Gears of War 4 (or whatever it will be named). Recently, Greg Mitchell announced he was leaving Epic Games and heading to Black Tusk to direct the cinematics of the next game, as he directed the cutscenes of the original trilogy.

Another rating listed on the site suggests that we're getting a Definitive Edition of Dishonored. The original version of Dishonored was launched by Bethesda in 2012 for PC, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. We suspect that this Definitive Edition of the game will hit PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4, likely containing all of the post-launch DLC featured in its Game of the Year edition.

Stay tuned as we'll provide up-to-date coverage on both of these projects as E3 draws closer and closer.