A new expansion for The Elder Scrolls Online is around the horizon, with Summerset being the latest a single coming towards the game. The Entertainment Application Rating Board (ESRB) have just released their official rating for the game, with the board providing the expansion an M-rating for Blood and Gore, Sexual Themes, Use of Alcohol and Violence.
The following is the comprehensive M-rating description in the ESRB for The Elder Scrolls Online: Summerset:
“This is usually a multiplayer on-line role-playing game in which players assume the role of a warrior in the fantastical settings of Summerset. As players explore open-world environments, they could carry out quests and comprehensive many tasks. Characters use swords, axes, maces, and magic attacks (e.g., lightning, fire attacks) to kill human-like and fantastical enemies (e.g., orcs, demons, giant insects, robots). Players engage in melee-style combat, hacking and slashing at enemies; battles are highlighted by cries of pain, impact sounds, and large splashes of blood. Some quests prompt players to assassinate certain characters or creatures; 1 quest calls for players to mount severed creatures’ heads onto pikes. Some game environments depict piles of corpses or skeletons hanging from torture devices.
Text descriptions or dialogue in some cases contain references to sexual material. In the course of the course from the game, alcohol (e.g., wine, mead, ale) is often purchased and consumed by the player’s character; a single sequence/mission prompts players to engage in a drinking contest that outcomes in the character’s blurred vision and slurred speech.”
The Elder Scrolls Online: Summerset is in improvement for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC. The normal edition from the expansion will cost $39.99, but there are lots of other versions that include further characteristics. You will get the full information at the official Elder Scrolls Online web site.