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Drug references and more details for Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege


The ESRB has listed its rating description for the upcoming Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege. As expected, the first-person shooter ended up with a Mature rating as it comes with content such as blood, drug references, strong language and violence. The gunfights are filled with blood splatter effects, cries of pain and explosions. You can read the first part of the ESRB summary below:

This is a first-person shooter in which players control members of an elite counter-terrorism unit through various missions. Game modes allow players to eliminate terrorist cells, diffuse bombs, and extract hostages. Characters use firearms (e.g., pistols, machine guns, shotguns), explosives, and traps (e.g., electrified barbed wire, robots with tasers) to kill human enemies. Gunfights can be frenetic and are highlighted by cries of pain, explosions, realistic gunfire, and blood-splatter effects.

The game also contain violent cut scenes as well:

Cutscenes also depict instances of violence: an explosion that kills two characters; a man shot in slow-motion. During the course of the game, some stages depict bags of cocaine on tables/counters. The word “f**k” appears in the dialogue.

Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege was initially slated to come out on the 13th of October. However, Ubisoft recently confirmed that the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC videogame has been delayed until the first day of December. If you are interested, you can preorder the latest Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege game with this link from Amazon.