Starfield will have sex, including on jet satchels, ESRB clarifies
As it became known a couple of days ago from a banner on the game Twitter account, Starfield received a rating from the Council on the Rating of Entertainment Software (ESRB) in the United States, but there was no information about the game about the ESRB website itself.
Now, on the ESRB website, the corresponding page is open, on which several interesting information about the game is presented, for example, confirmation that STARFIELD is really there, unlike what the Australian rating commission forced us to believe in us. The description mentions several phrases pronounced NPS after they "Divide the bed" With a game character. But, most likely, there is no visual image of this action, so the Australian commission did not take into account its influence in its assessment of the game. Of course, modders will not hesitate to change this in a relatively short time after the game is released.
ESRB also confirms that Starfield will have missions in which the character can work in "illegal drug laboratory" for the production of a fictional drug "Aurora".
This is a role -playing game with an open world in which players take on the role of Shakhtar, who is instructed to find artifacts throughout the galaxy. From the first/third person, players interact with various characters, perform tasks and look for supplies, fighting with enemies (for example, people, robots, alien creatures). To kill enemies, players use futuristic pistols, lasers, axes and explosives. The battle takes place at a fast pace, with frequent shots, cries of pain and explosions. Attacks on some enemies can lead to the effect of blood spraying; In some environments on the ground around the corpses, blood spots are visible. The game contains some snowdrift (obscene) materials, in dialogs and after a joint sleep with characters (for example, "Life is a sexually transmitted disease that is one hundred percent fatal"; "I am for a little break, but next time let’s try without jetgrays"; "Let’s talk about the vision of the stars. It was amazing"). A fictional drug (Aurora) occupies an important place in the game, in one of the sections the characters of the players work in an illegal drug laboratory; Players can also get Aurora by stole or buy it from sellers (the use of Aurora leads to the appearance of the effect of distortion on the screen). In the game there are words "F ** K" And "Bullsh*t".
A little more than a month later, Starfield fans expect a lot of new information from Bethesda Game Studios. Official direct broadcast "Starfield Direct" will take place immediately after Xbox Games Showcase June 11. The director of the game Todd Howard will probably demonstrate the main features of the gameplay, as he did with Skyrim and Fallout 4.