ESRB Rated Sunset Overdrive for PC
Good news for all PC users, if you like Insomniac Games, well, it has been revealed that the ESRB has rated a supposed PC version of Sunset Overdrive.
Originally launched on Xbox One back in 2014, Sunset Overdrive is an action adventure shooter, which is set in a fictional metropolis known as Sunset city, and in it, a company called FizzCo decided to turn everyone into mutants by having them drink their energy drink, creating an epidemic of mutants known as the overcharge drinkers, and you are one of the few ones spared from the epidemic and it is your duty to run around the city in style and shooting and killing all of the mutants.
If the ESRB has rated the game for Windows,it most likely mean that an announcement is almost certain, and we can expect more news at the upcoming X018 Microsoft Conference.
To no one’s surprise, the game has been given a rating of M for mature, since you do pretty much go through an open world and obliterate monsters that have come forth with the help of a contaminated energy drink. It’s been given that rating for Blood and Gore, Drug References, Sexual Themes, Strong Language and Violence.
You may be thinking, “Well, this game may be rough.” Nah. Like its Xbox One counterpart, it’s sure to be all about the fun side of taking down monsters, while using nearly unlimited mobility to get around on wires, whether you hang on them while shooting or slide across them Jet Set Radio-style and leaving your hands free for bigger weaponry.
Here’s the official description from the ESRB:
“This is a third-person shooter in which players assume the role of a young survivor battling through a mutant apocalypse. As players traverse the open-world of Sunset City, they use assault rifles and fantastical weapons (e.g., grenade launchers that shoot teddy-bear bombs, guns that shoot fireworks) to kill mutant creatures, robots, and occasional human enemies. Combat is highlighted by frequent explosions, screams of pain, and gunfire. Some explosives cause enemies to be dismembered, leaving limbs around the environment; one cutscene briefly depicts a character’s head cut off by a mutant. During the course of the game, characters and environmental elements reference sexual behavior or humor (e.g., ‘Oh, such a bold statement! It says, ‘I am a prostitute!’ and ‘How hard was it to make a porn flip book?’ ); a radio ad contains a running joke about a sex burger (e.g., ‘It’s so good you won’t be able to contain your urges to rub it all over your Sex…Burger’). The dialogue contains a handful of drug references (e.g., “You guys have been eating weed” and ‘Oh, when I get back with your drugs, we’ll discuss my offense at your assumption that I would know where to find drugs’). The words “f**k” and “sh*t” also appear in dialogue.”
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