Assassin's Creed Mirage rated "for adults": gambling, violence and more

Assassin's Creed Mirage rated for adults: gambling, violence and more

Assassin's Creed Mirage rated "for adults"

Assassin's Creed Mirage has probably not yet received a definitive classification given that it is still a long time away from its release, but in the meantime it has appeared on the Xbox Store with an "adults only" classification, probably linked to the presence of references to gambling , as well as violence and other characteristics.

This is a rather unusual category, which only features a minimal amount of games on the market and which is very strange to see applied to a blockbuster like Assassin's Creed, so it is likely whether it is a provisional classification which will have to be changed later.

Assassin's Creed Mirage on Xbox Store with the classification "Adults Only" Meanwhile, however, the visible cataloging by the ESRB turns out to be "Ao", or Adults Only, for adults only.

According to the summary description, the game contains "intense violence, blood and gore, sexual themes, partial nudity, real gambling". Considering that the first characteristics can be found quite easily even in the classic "T" classification, that is the one from 12 years upwards, it is thought that the element of discretion that led to the next step in the catalog was just "real gambling" .

The latter is, however, a particular definition: usually one finds "simulated gambling", which provides for the possibility of betting but without necessarily involving "currency or real money", which instead it intervenes exclusively when it comes to "real gambling", as in this case.

We await any developments on the issue, with the idea that the classification will be subsequently revised. Meanwhile, Assassin's Creed Mirage was presented yesterday at the Ubisoft Forward event in official form, set in the 9th century Baghdad and already the protagonist of our preview.

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