Brazil’s age rating system highlights that Square Enix’s new content contains ‘sex scenes’ and ‘violent content’, as well as ‘drugs, prostitution and hate crimes’.
Final Fantasy 16 passed the Brazilian age rating system yesterday, which means that the Square Enix video game is in its final stages of development and that its final release date will soon be revealed; In principle, it should not arrive later than the summer of next year . In this same classification it has been specified that this temporary PS5 exclusive contains scenes of hate crimes and others in which there is a presence of drugs and prostitution , which is why they have decided to classify it as a game not recommended for players under sixteen years of age.
As we can read in the statement, the new Square Enix will have “sex scenes not shown in their entirety” and “violent content tempered by the direction of the scenes . ” These factors, among others such as “gun violence, blood, intentional killings, torture and suffering of the victims”, in addition to the presence of “drugs, prostitution, sexual content (both shown and spoken) and hate crimes”, justify your classification.
Unfortunately, the classification does not specify new details about the story to understand the inclusion of this content, so we will have no choice but to wait to enjoy the title to discover how these elements have been implemented. We take this opportunity to remember that, according to Square Enix itself, completing the video game one hundred percent will take us about 70 hours of play.