Predator Hunting Grounds ESRB Rating Warns of “Skinned Corpses With Exposed Butts”
Predator Hunting Grounds has been given a Mature rating by ESRB. The detailed description given by ESRB gives an overview of the violence.
Predator Huntings Grounds has been rated for both Windows PC and PlayStation 4. It is apparently being published on the Epic Games Store by Sony Interactive Entertainment, who is releasing it on PC and PS4 as well.
IllFonic, who has previously worked on Friday The 13th The Videogame, is the lead developer behind Predator Hunting Grounds.
Here the ESRB rating goes in-depth on the violence, gameplay elements, and provides a general overview of the Mature elements that are present in Predator Hunting Grounds.
This is a first-/third-person shooter in which players engage in combat missions as either a mercenary soldier or an alien Predator. Most missions involve infiltrating areas (e.g., camps, jungle outposts, villages) in order to obtain intel or destroy targets. Players use pistols, machine guns, chain guns, and explosives to kill enemies in frenetic firefights. Combat is highlighted by frequent gunfire, screams of pain, and blood-splatter effects. Some explosive weapons cause bodies to burst into chunks of flesh/limbs. The Predator can use blades and laser weapons to decapitate enemies. As the Predator, players can also perform execution-style finishing moves on soldiers; the victims’ skulls and spines get ripped from their bodies. Some scenes depict skinned corpses with exposed buttocks. One mission prompts players to locate packages of drugs in a compound and to eventually burn them. The words “f**k” and “sh*t” appear in the dialogue.
Predator Hunting Grounds is expected to launch on PC and PS4 on April 24. 2020.