The ESRB has released its rating summary for the upcoming Street Fighter V. The PlayStation 4 and PC fighting game ended up with a Teen rating for mild language, suggestive themes and violence.
The listing mentioned that females in the game wear “low-cut, form-fitting outfits” that expose plenty of cleavage and/or buttocks. Their breasts may bounce during the character selection screen as well. Otherwise, the game seems pretty standard in terms of violence. You can check out the full rating summary of the fifth main Street Fighter installment below:
This is a fighting game in which players engage in one-on-one combat with a large cast of human characters. Players mostly punch, kick, and use special attacks (e.g., fireballs, flying attacks, electrical strikes) to deplete opponents’ life meters. Some characters use weapons such as claws and chains; some special moves are depicted in brief cutscenes with slow-motion, dramatic close-ups and opponent reaction shots. Combat is highlighted by cries of pain and frequent impact sounds. Several female characters are depicted in low-cut, form-fitting outfits that display large amounts of cleavage and/or buttocks. Female characters’ breasts sometimes jiggle during character selection. The words “a*s” and “bastard” appear in the dialogue.
Street Fighter V is releasing on February 16th in North America. If you haven’t done so already, you can preorder the standard and/or limited edition with the following links: Street Fighter V and Street Fighter V Collector’s Edition.