Contact of Duty: Contemporary Warfare has just received a rating description from the ESRB, and it is revealed a lot of fascinating – and terrifying – new information about the game.
We’ve been promised a darker, grittier and extra intense CoD than ever prior to, and if this rating is something to go by then Activision and Infinity Ward have certainly delivered!
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The ESRB describes the game as “a 1st-particular person shooter in which players assume the roles of unique forces soldiers and freedom fighters as they battle terrorists,” confirming that “players can engage in a selection of combat missions, such as saving hostages, escaping/infiltrating war zones, and assaulting enemy compounds.”
Sounds all properly and great so far, but the description also gives a lot of insight into just how dark the game’s going to get, and…yeah, it is quite dark.
Just a handful of of the extra harrowing components integrated in the title include things like dismemberment, the death of kids, intense blood spatter, decapitation and waterboarding. Infinity Ward certainly is not messing about with Contemporary Warfare!
The complete description reads as follows: “Characters use machine guns, shotguns, sniper rifles, and explosives to kill enemies in frenetic combat. In some scenarios, players have to swiftly decide which characters are terrorists and which are just innocent bystanders.
“Combat is highlighted by realistic gunfire, screams of discomfort, and huge blood-splatter effects. A sniper rifle causes enhanced harm (e.g., decapitation, dismemberment).
“Some sequences prompt players to make selections that influence enemy behavior: utilizing a pistol to threaten a suspect’s household in the course of an interrogation timing actions to avoid terrorists from shooting hostages (failure scenarios might happen).
“One sequence depicts players’ character interrogated/tortured by means of waterboarding if players choose specific dialogue possibilities, then a bound prisoner is observed executed. Cutscenes depict further acts of violence: a hostage killed by an explosive vest civilians (like kids) killed by a gas attack.
“Some scenes depict terrorists threatening and, in uncommon situations, attacking or shooting young characters (e.g., a boy held hostage young siblings attacked in their house-players can handle their capability to fight back).
“The game contains multiplayer badges that depict illustrations of marijuana leaves and smoking other illustrations depict close-up angles of partially exposed cleavage and buttocks. The words ‘f**k’ and ‘sh*t’ seem in the dialogue.”
Contact of Duty: Contemporary Warfare launches October 25th 2019.
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