- Stellar Blade has received an 18+ age rating according to GRAC in South Korea.
- The age rating may differ regionally as ESRB has yet to rate the game.
- The game is developed by Shift Up and boasts visually stunning graphics.
The highly anticipated action-adventure game, Stellar Blade (previously known as Project Eve), has garnered an 18+ age rating in its home country of South Korea. This classification, issued by the Game Rating and Administration Committee (GRAC) has fueled anticipation surrounding the game’s potential content.
While specific details haven’t been shared by the developers yet, the reason for the 18+ rating according to GRAC is “excessive violence,” “expression of a mutilated body and red blood,” and “direct explicit body exposure.”
It’s crucial to remember that age ratings differ regionally. The South Korean 18+ classification might not directly translate to other countries’ systems. The ESRB (Entertainment Software Rating Board) in North America, for instance, hasn’t been assigned a rating yet.
As for the game itself, it promises a thrilling journey set in a post-apocalyptic world ravaged by monstrous invaders. Players assume the role of Eve, a formidable warrior wielding unique blade and whip combat styles to eliminate these threats. Developed by South Korean studio Shift Up, the game boasts visually stunning graphics and fluid action sequences, drawing comparisons to titles like NieR: Automata.
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Stellar Blade is scheduled to be released exclusively for the PS5 on April 26, 2024.
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