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Blood and violence detailed for The Hunter: Call of the Wild

The Entertainment Software Rating Board has revealed its summary for The Hunter: Call of the Wild. The hunting simulator ended up with a Teen rating due to blood and violence.

For a first-person perspective, players have to track down and kill, via rifles, various animals. Each successful hit is registered via blood splatter effects. You can check out the full ESRB rating summary for The Hunter: Call of the Wild below:

This is a hunting simulation game in which players can track and shoot prey such as deer, bison, and birds. As players explore wilderness environments from a first-person perspective, they can search for animal tracks, use callers and scents, and unlock skills and equipment to kill animals. Players use rifles with scopes to aim and shoot prey; large blood-splatter effects appear with successful hits.

In the upcoming game, players will be able to explore an open-world environment, with dynamic weather and day-night cycles, covering 50 square miles.

The Hunter: Call of the Wild will be released later in 2017 for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One home consoles. If you are interested, you can preorder the physical copies of the hunting simulator with the following links on Amazon: PS4 Version and Xbox One Version.