The recent ESRB rating previews some of the content that we will find in the game when it hits stores this November.
ESRB, the regulatory body charged with classifying video games in North America, has updated the Assassin’s Creed Valhalla file with new details about its content. On this occasion, what they define as an “action and adventure” game with role-playing elements will feature brothels and hallucinogenic mushrooms.
The ambitious new iteration of the Ubisoft series will have a Mature +17 certification in the North American market, so it is expected that it will have content only recommended for adults. However, they explain why: “The game contains sexual material: a mission that takes place in a brothel; topless women lying on top of men; a character who will go to bed with a man ”, they explain.
The other prominent element of the ESRB synopsis on Assassin’s Creed Valhalla is the presence of a type of magic mushroom, which when we consume them, we will have hallucinations. It is not clear if it will be a specific mission or if it will be one more item that we can use for nightlife situations, for example.
Assassin’s Creed Valhalla
Assassin’s Creed Valhalla arrives worldwide this November 17
In the absence of knowing if this next September 10 there will be news of the game in Ubisoft Forward, we have recently learned that the world will be full of secrets and content for the most curious.
Assassin’s Creed Valhalla will be released worldwide in physical and digital form this November 17 for PS4, Xbox One, PC and Google Stadia. On PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X it will do so later with Smart Delivery on the Microsoft console, where it will also move to 4K and 30 FPS “at least”. On the Sony console, for its part, the update from PS4 to PS5 will also be completely free.
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