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Mild language and violence detailed for Mirror’s Edge Catalyst

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The ESRB has released its rating summary for the upcoming Mirror’s Edge Catalyst. The first-person adventure game ended up with a Teen rating due to contents relating to mild language and violence.

Some of the sequences in the game can get quite violent. Not to mention that the dialogue also features some suggestive words. You can find the full rating summary for the latest Mirror’s Edge videogame below:

This is an adventure platformer in which players assume the role of an underground resistance member (Faith) fighting a corrupt corporation. From a first-person perspective, players traverse roof-tops and building environments, and complete objectives to progress the storyline. Along the way, players use punches, kicks, and takedowns to combat armed guards. Impact sounds, realistic gunfire, and cries of pain occur during battles. A handful of sequence depict additional acts of violence: a woman held at gunpoint; a man electrocuted to death on a table. The words “bastard” and “b*tch” are heard in the dialogue.

Mirror’s Edge Catalyst was expected to come out on the 24th of May before getting delayed until the 7th of June in the North American region. If you are interested, you can preorder the upcoming PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One videogame with this link on Amazon.