RAGE 2 ESRB Rating Reveals Some Colorful Language Used In The Game

It is a sequel to Rage which was released in 2010. If you have watched any of the promotional trailers of the game than it will not be a revelation for you that the game has been rated M (Mature) by ESBR due to ‘Intense Violence’ in it. When RAGE 2 comes out, it will be available only to a mature audience. RAGE 2 ESRB rating reveals that the game is filled with: Blood and Gore, Violence and Strong language.

The rating of the game gives us a detail of what is present in the game. Players can shoot enemies in the head, blow them up, drive over them, and hit them with their avatar’s fists. Grenades and bombs cause enemies to explode in chunky red bits.

Players can also search dead enemies for money and other items. The dialogues highlight the cursing, theme and general tone used by characters in the game, according to the ESRB rating.

RAGE 2 ESRB Rating Description

This is a first-person shooter in which players assume the role of a man fighting in a post-apocalyptic world. From a first-person perspective, players use pistols, machine guns, grenades, and futuristic weapons to attack and kill mutant creatures and humans in frenetic combat. Action is highlighted by realistic gunfire, explosions, and screams of pain. Large blood-splatter effects occur frequently, and several weapons cause enemies to explode into chunks of flesh; some weapons can also result in decapitations. One scene requires players to search for an item amid a corpse’s entrails. Game text contains some suggestive/sexual material (e.g., “[H]e’s just standing over there…stroking his shorts like that, smiling…”; A d*ck’s not that big when it’s empty of, you know, blood, right? How you gonna choke on that?“; “[H]is underground gas-dungeon—a place where he also produces his sex tapes, tortures people…”). The words “f**k,” “sh*t,” and “c*mguzzler” appear in the dialogue.

When RAGE 2 comes out it will be available on Xbox One, PC, and PS4.  But when is RAGE 2 coming out? Rage 2 is releasing on May 14 across all platforms. Unlike recent games, RAGE 2 won’t be an Epic Games Store exclusive. In fact, Bethesda and id Software confirmed that come RAGE 2 release date, it will be available on Steam.