The ESRB has now rated Warriors Orochi 4 giving us a few more details on what the full game will offer gamers when it releases for multiple platforms later this year.
Warriors Orochi 4 has been rated T for teens. The content descriptors for the game say it contains “Alcohol Reference, Suggestive Themes, Violence”.
The rating summary says: “This is an action game in which players assume the role of Japanese and Chinese warriors fighting to get back home. Players engage in hack-and-slash combat using swords and magic spells against hordes of enemy soldiers on a battlefield. Battles are frenetic with slashing/impact sounds, cries of pain, and colorful light effects; enemies collapse and disappear quickly when killed.
Some female characters wear outfits that expose large amounts of cleavage and/or buttocks; their breasts sometimes jiggle while fighting. The game contains several alcohol references in the dialogue (e.g., “Chatting with friends is the best accompaniment to alcohol”; “My father is on a drunken rampage”; and “Look at all that wine! I think this could get even me drunk.”.
For more information about the game, you can read an overview for it posted via a press release. The game is releasing on most major platforms and will have a ton of playable characters. You can read the official overview posted down below. The game will be released in both North America and Europe on October 19th, 2018.
“Slated for release across Europe on 19th October 2018 for the PlayStation®4 Computer Entertainment System, Nintendo Switch, the Xbox One family of devices including the Xbox One X, the all-in-one games and entertainment system from Microsoft, and digitally on Windows PC via Steam®, Warriors Orochi 4 boasts a remarkable 170 playable characters from the Dynasty and Samurai Warriors universes, giving players an astounding number of options to choose from when playing alone, or with a friend.“