StarfieldThe most anticipated game of the year for Xbox gamers and RPG fans isn’t out until September, but the ESRB has already taken a good look at the game for decide what stamp they put on it.
As expected, and as usual in Bethesda games like Skyrim or Fallout, Starfield will receive a “M” of Matureequivalent to the more than probable GO +18 you receive in Europe.
The Starfield classification has been published this morning (although it had already been leaked a few days ago) and it is very interesting because it offers more details about the gamethe combat, the missions, some plots… and details about its violence and sex, which is what the ESRB pays most attention to when deciding the age rating.
Starfield – Trailer with release date
Will Starfield be very violent?
The ESRB summary compiles a lot of facts we already knew: Starfield is a open world role playing game in which we assume the role of a miner with the mission of searching for Artifacts throughout the galaxy.
Is played in first and third person. Its combat system is agile, using futuristic guns, lasers, axes, or explosives to kill enemies “in combat with frequent gunshots, screams of pain, and explosions” in which “attacks can result in blood splatters.”
Also, some rooms in the game have blood stains on the floor, next to the corpses. And you will hear the words “f**k” and “bullsh*t”which do not need translation.
Post-coital conversations will be the most
And what about him? sex? Starfield will also have romances, although judging by what he says (or what he doesn’t say) there will be no explicit depiction of the sexual act.
But Bethesda has gotten creative with “suggestive dialogue after sharing a bed with the characters,” and includes three standout lines:
“Life is a sexually transmitted disease that is 100% fatal” “I like wild, but next time let’s do it without the jetpacks” “And they say to see the stars, wow… that was great”
Aurora, the space drug
Perhaps most revealing is the reference to a fictional drug called Aurorapresent throughout the game (we can buy or steal it), and in particular in a mission where players work in an illegal drug lab.
In fact, we can consume aurorawhich will result in a distortion effect on the screen.
what do you think of these Starfield details about his violence, sex and drugs? Anecdote aside, it’s good news that the ESRB has already given the game a firm rating, after apparently playing it in great detail – let’s hope the game is ready to go. September 6 in Xbox Series X|S, PC y Game Passwithout further delay…