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Not For The Faint Hearted, Shadow Of The Tomb Raider Has Been Rated For Mature Audience By ESBR

Everyone has their hearts set for the upcoming, Shadow Of The Tomb Raider and why not? The franchise has served as a fine entertainment for a great many gamers around the globe. However, its main attraction for entertainment has mainly been the blood and gore, the violence and the strong language, that the title offers. The developers have brought in all of those, in this upcoming installment but only this time the intensity is ten folds. Shadow Of The Tomb Raider has been rated for, Mature audience by ESBR.

Just recently ESBR gave a rating, to this upcoming game and as expected there is going to be intense violence in the game. Players can expect to see a lot of blood and gore in some really intense scenes, adding to that the usage of strong language will surely not leave any dictionary behind. That is why ESBR has rated the game for, Mature audience and so it is only playable for the audience, above the age of 17.

In the rating summary, more specific details have been highlighted that warns the audience, for all the intensity of violence that can be expected from the game.

Which tells us about the kinds of firearms that shall be used to kill in the game, as well as the intense combat sequence which shall be quite horrendous, and are certainly not for the faint-hearted.

Players use firearms (e.g., pistols, shotguns, machine guns), arrows, and an ice pick/axe to attack and kill enemies. Combat is highlighted by screams of pain, realistic gunfire, and explosions. Some areas allow Lara to use stealth to sneak up behind her enemies before stabbing them in the head or chest. Players must avoid traps/hazards when grappling and exploring tombs; when Lara fails to avoid these dangers, players are shown brief cutscenes of Lara being impaled on spikes, stabbed with spears, or mauled by animals. Action is frequently accompanied by realistic blood effects, and some areas contain mutilated corpses on sacrificial altars, hanging from the ceiling, or piled in a cave. The words “f**k,” “sh*t,” and “a*shole” appear in the dialogue.

Having said that the official Artbook of the game is also available for pre-order, if you wish to get your hands on it before everyone else, now would be a perfect time.

So what are your thoughts on the intense violence, blood, and gore that is in this upcoming game? Let us know what you think in the comments below.