The Entertainment Software Rating Board has revealed its rating summary for Raid: World War II. The cooperative shooter ended up with a M (for Mature) rating due to blood, gore, strong language and violence. You can find the complete ESRB description of Raid below:
This is a first-person shooter in which players assume the role of soldiers for hire through covert military missions in Germany during WWII. Players use shotguns, rifles, and machine guns to kill enemy soldiers as they infiltrate enemy bases and strongholds. Blood is frequently depicted as character are shot; some attacks can result in dismemberment and/or decapitations. Firefights are frenetic and accompanied by realistic gunfire, large explosions, and screams of pain. The words “f**k” and “sh*t” are heard in the dialogue.
Raid: World War II is being developed by Lion Game Lion, a studio that previously worked on the DLC for Payday 2, and being published by Starbreeze Studios. 505 Games will be distributing the retail console release of the shooter. If you are interested, you can preorder the physical copy of Raid with the following links on Amazon: PlayStation 4 Version and Xbox One Version.
Raid: World War II will be released on the 26th of September in the North American region.