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Mirror’s Edge Catalyst Just Got M Rated for Violence
Electronic Arts’ upcoming open world action-adventure title, Mirror’s Edge Catalyst does not belong to a series that is known for having a lot of sensitive content. However, the game has been rated M recently.
The Australian Classification Board has reviewed the game and decided that it should only be suitable for Mature audience (aged 15 and above according to the ACB) because it has violence and online interactivity.
Since the Australian Classification Board does not give a description of the game’s they rate, unlike ESRB and the others, we are only left with their chart of different aspects that have an impact on the game’s rating.
Among them, the language in Mirror’s Edge Catalyst has a very mild impact on the audience while there is no substantial content involving sex, nudity or drug use to have an impact on the gamers.
However, it does have a “moderate impact” in terms of the violence that has been depicted in the game as well as the themes that have been used in the game’s narrative and otherwise.
We are more than a month and a half away from the release of the game which gives us a lot of time to get to know it. If you are interested in the combat system that EA DICE has employed in the game, here’s a detailed account of everything involved including the attack types and the special power Focus.
You could also check out the last trailer that the developers had released to show off the city and its narrative.
Mirror’s Edge Catalyst releases to PS4, Xbox One and PC on May 24.