The ESRB has now rated Tekken 7 giving us some details on some of the cutscenes that will be in the full game. The game is still going to retain its humor.
Tekken 7 has been rated T for teen. The content descriptors are: “Crude Humor, Mild Blood, Mild Language, Suggestive Themes, Violence“.
The rating summary is where some details of the cutscenes are revealed. It says: This is a fighting game in which players engage in one-on-one combat with a large cast of human, animal, and supernatural characters. Players use martial-arts punches, kicks, and throws to drain opponents’ life meters. Some characters can also use machine guns or throw fireballs at opponents. Cutscenes depict further instances of violence: a character throwing another person off a cliff into lava; a soldier shooting a character in the arm. Small blood splashes occasionally appear on the camera during cutscenes; one sequence depicts splashes of blood on a character’s nose after being struck.
The game contains includes some suggestive material: female characters wearing outfits that reveal deep cleavage (the camera occasionally zooms in on their chests); a male character peeking at a woman as she showers (no nudity is depicted); a man falling face first into a woman’s chest. One cutscene involves pizza, laxatives, gurgling noises, and flatulence as two characters scramble to reach a bathroom. The words “a*s” and “bastard” appear in the dialogue.
The game will be out this June 2nd, 2017 for the PC, Xbox One and PS4 platforms. The cutscenes might be details of what happens in the story plus endings for some of the comic relief characters in the game. It is set to be the final game in the Mishima saga. It’s possible future games in the series could focus on new characters.