Playground Games’ Forza Horizon 3 recently received ESRB rating that has revealed a few details about the game. You will also notice a small error in the listing.
Hardly surprising, Forza Horizon 3 has been rated E for everyone on both Windows 10 and Xbox One.
Forza Horizon 3 ESRB Rating
According to the description, the game will include a number of game modes including Circuit, Point-to-Point, Street, and more.
In addition to this, the rating summary also confirms that Multiplayer Modes such as King and Infected will return in the latest iteration.
This is a racing simulation game in which players compete with real-world cars at the fictional Horizon Festival in Southern Europe. Players can race in various modes (e.g., Circuit, Point-to-Point, Street) to earn skill/experience points and unlock new customizable cars. In some multiplayer game modes (e.g., King and Infected), players are encouraged to collide with other racers; damage to cars from bumps/crashes is minimal. Accompanying song lyrics contain references to alcohol (e.g., “I’m rugged to the core, hecklers watch the champagne pour”) and suggestive material (e.g., “Went to her house and bust her out, I had to leave real early” and “These girls are really sleazy, all they just say is please me.”).
As you can see above, it says Southern Europe under location which is clearly an error as the game takes place in Horizon Festival set in Australia.
In relevant Forza 3 news, the developers have announced the first 150 cars that will make it to the game. To know what you will be driving in the game – ranging from the classic to modern age vehicles – head over to the post!
Forza Horizon 3 is scheduled to release on Sept. 27, 2016 for Microsoft Xbox One and Windows 10.