The ESRB has revealed its rating summary for WWE 2K17. The wrestling simulation game ended up with a Teen rating due to contents categorized as blood, language, suggestive themes and violence. Blood can occur when a wrestler gets hit repeatedly with objects. You can check out the first part of the description for the latest WWE 2K installment below:
This is a wrestling simulation game in which players select real-world competitors from the WWE roster, compete in matches, and progress through multiple storylines. Players can perform a variety of wrestling moves (e.g., throws, holds, grapples) as well as punch and kick opponents. Some matches allow players to use tables, chairs, sledgehammers, and trash cans to strike opponents. Blood sometimes appears on wrestlers’ bodies after being struck repeatedly by objects.
The game also contains revealing outfits, provocative gestures as well as some light swear words:
Some female wrestlers wear revealing outfits that expose large amounts of cleavage; others are depicted with exaggerated-size breasts. Some wrestlers also make provocative gestures/taunting moves (e.g., pelvic thrusts, crotch chop). One taunting move depicts a wrestler “flipping the bird”/holding up their middle fingers; the words “a*s” and “bastard” also appear in the dialogue.
WWE 2K17 will be released for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 on the 11th of October in the North American region. If you are interested, you can preorder the wrestling sim with this link on Amazon.