Assassin’s Creed Mirage Rating
Assassin’s Creed Mirage was originally rated Adults Only by the ESRB due to the inclusion of “real gambling”. This implied that the game would feature loot boxes of some kind, which are considered to be a form of gambling by the ESRB. However, Ubisoft later clarified that Assassin’s Creed Mirage would not feature any real gambling, and the game’s rating was changed to RP (Rating Pending).
The game is now rated RP, but the ESRB has not yet released a full description of the content that led to this rating. It is possible that the game still contains some elements that are considered to be adult in nature, such as intense violence, blood and gore, sexual themes, or partial nudity. However, Ubisoft has said that the game will not feature any real gambling or loot boxes.
Here is the full list of content descriptors for Assassin’s Creed Mirage, as listed on the ESRB website:
- Blood and gore
- Intense violence
- Sexual themes
- Partial nudity
- Use of alcohol and tobacco
It is important to note that the ESRB ratings are just guidelines, and parents should ultimately decide whether or not a game is appropriate for their child. If you are concerned about the content of Assassin’s Creed Mirage, you can contact Ubisoft for more information.