Unlike games like Dead Space or the upcoming Atomic Heart, the action adventure Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order did not show blood and excessive cruelty on the screen.
The developers from Respawn Entertainment studio followed the same model in the case of the upcoming sequel with the subtitle Survivor.
According to the Singapore rating commission IMDA Singapore, throughout the narrative in Star Wars Jedi: Survivor there are scenes of moderate violence in which the protagonist engages in close combat with various opponents, including droids, monsters and stormtroopers.
At the same time, the most brutal of such episodes can show how Cal Kestis cuts off the limbs of enemies with a lightsaber, but without explicit details and bloodshed.
This allowed the game to get an age rating of "ADV16" (16 years and older), which allows "realistic, but not excessive violence with blood visualization."
In addition, in some cases, the characters of the game can utter rude expressions such as "damn", "hell" and "bastard".
Star Wars Jedi: Survivor will be released on March 17, 2023 on Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation 5 and PC.
From the new details revealed last week, it turned out that blaster shooting and animal riding will appear in the game.