The Entertainment Software Rating Board has revealed its rating rundown for Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands. The open-world third-person strategic shooter wound up with a mature rating. This is because of blood, gut, serious viciousness, incomplete bareness, sexual topics, solid dialect and utilization of medications. You can read the full ESRB detailed rating on the official site.

Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Wildlands
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Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands has been evaluated as Mature by the ESRB

As per ESRB, Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands is an open-world strategic shooter in which players assume the part of an individual from a tip top special forces military unit. Players are entrusted with finishing missions and military goals (e.g., surveillance, extraction, deaths) keeping in mind the end goal to bring down a Bolivian drug cartel. From a third-person point of view, players for the most part utilize stealth assaults and guns (e.g., automatic rifles, expert rifleman rifles, guns) to invade gatherings and slaughter enemies, tranquilize ruthless leaders, and masters.

A few regions permit players to quickly cross-examine adversaries while holding them at gunpoint. Different regions also portray foes beating and investigating bound detainees. A couple of scenes delineate disfigured bodies among huge pools of blood. A modest bunch of cutscenes additionally demonstrate adversaries holding disjoined heads dribbling with blood.

The game incorporates some sexual material as well. A lady can be seen slapping a man in bed while straddling his abdomen (both figures are dressed). There are brief photographic pictures of a lady’s bosoms. The game incorporates a few drug references in the storyline as well. Moreover, there is additionally the utilization of drugs. A man is compelled to sniff a few lines of cocaine. There are different pictures of weed and cocaine too. The words “f**k” and “sh*t” are heard in the discourse.

Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands is turning out on the seventh of March in North America.

Source: ESRB