Elden Ring rated in Australia, proving that it still exists

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The Elden Ring is rated MA15+ in Australia, which is no surprise as this is the rating given to Dark Souls, Dark Souls 3, Bloodborne, and Sekiro (curiously, Dark Souls 2 has only been given a comparatively childish- Out was hit with M). The RPG has been described as having “strong fantasy themes and violence” as well as “online interactivity”, and yes: none of this is new, it’s good to be reminded that the Elden Ring still exists, and Coming soon.

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What else can we gain from ratings? The Elden Ring will have a strong impact on “theme” and “violence,” but it doesn’t budge at all when it comes to language, drug use, nudity, and sex. Violence is definitely the name of the day :a korean rating Back in late September noted the game’s “excessive violence,” “swords” and “dazzling red blood” (via Google Translate).

elden ring blow off steam Back in August that was a milestone for fans of the game, who are a famously information-hungry bunch. If you think this Australian classification news is a little trifling, well, don’t agree the elden ring subreddit, with a poster wondering “What’s the point of a game called Elden Ring without sex.” One to consider.


August saw a major information drop in the form of back-closed-door preview impressions on the Alden Ring. No extended game footage surfaced, but Wes collected some big revelations. NS elden ring release date It’s January 21.

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