A gruesome AO+ rating and description appeared.
Ubisoft Forward has officially revealed its next installment in the franchise over the weekend. However, it has now cleared up the requirements for a still-pending ESRB rating.
Users spotted a group on the Microsoft Store with an Adults Only 18+ rating. It previously showed an AO rating for Intense Violence, Blood and Gore, Sexual Themes, Partial Nudity, and Real Gambling. It has since taken to a "RP" designation.
A VOD of the Ubisoft Forward livestream showed the AO rating. According to the publisher, the rating is a mistake.
Following Ubisoft Forward''s announcement, some store pages used the game incorrectly for preorders with an Adults Only ESRB rating and are being fixed, according to the publisher.
Ubisoft centered attention on the real gambling concept entailment, as it may highlight concerns about gambling, loot boxes, or other odds-based rewards.
While it is still pending, Ubisoft wants to reassure players that there are no real gambling or lootboxes in the game, according to Ubisoft.
A ratings mirage
It''s still curious why an AO rating was added on the stream, but it''s possible that it''s a miscommunication.
The weekend Forward saw a slew of news come out. The publisher has created its intentions ahead for, including project titles such as Codename Red and Hexe.
meanwhile, follows Basim''s origins from. It''s a bit of a return to the series'' roots, it seems, with the plot heading to Baghdad in the ninth century. It''s expected to arrive in 2023.
Ubisoft is also addressing issues related to allegations that started in 2020. Although A Better Ubisoft, a group founded by current former employees, claims there must be more done.