Final Fantasy XVI is rated Mature 17+ by the ESRB

Final Fantasy 16 apparently missing from Square Enix's 2022 lineup, GamersRD

Since your announcement, Square Enix has not hidden that his next final fantasy 16 it will be a darker and more mature RPG than its predecessors. Already the Entertainment Software Rating Board (ESRB) has classified the title as Maduro 17+ due to “Blood, Partial Nudity, Sexual Themes, Strong Language” and of course “Violence”.

The rating provides new details such as the protagonist Clive fighting trolls and orcs. There are also “cinematic attacks” or finishing moves performed by pressing on-screen button prompts, teasing that there will be Quick Time Events. In addition to the blood spatter effects in combat, we’ll see some pretty gruesome violence in the scenes, including a character’s hands being cut off, a throat slit, and even an interrogator stabbing and twisting a prisoner’s shoulder.

Although the Final Fantasy series has been teen-oriented for many of its core games, this rating is something to keep in mind if the game is going to reach kids or we’re not used to this level of gore in a game. final fantasy.

final fantasy 16 It will be out on June 22, 2023 for PS5.

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