Iron Man VR ESRB Rating Details Story and the Word "Ass" is Spoken
Iron Man VR will see the word ass spoken, but you'll also hear people screaming in fear.
Back in January, we saw a bunch of games suddenly delayed, and among them was Iron Man VR, the upcoming PSVR exclusive. The release date was pushed to May after originally due to be launching toward the end of February 2020. As we grow closer to the new launch date, the game has been rated by the ESRB and details some story spoilers. So if you don’t want to know anything, stop reading. Now. Just stop.
Don’t say I didn’t warn you. According to the ESRB rating, Iron Man VR has been officially rated Teen for mild language and violence. Not really surprising considering Iron Man does enjoy blowing things up with his high-tech weaponry! It’s detailed that the game is an action-adventure for PSVR players in which players battle a villain with the aim of destroying Stark Industries.
Players take on the role of Tony Stark and interact with different characters as well as engaging in combat while in the Iron Man suit. Players are able to make use of the suits lasers, missiles, and repulsor rays in which they’ll be taking on waves of enemy drones and tanks. Apparently we can expect to see large explosions and realistic gunfire effects.
The ESRB rating also details that there are cutscenes, where one scene finds a character pointing a pistol at the player’s face and rips out the arc reactor from their chest. Brutal. There are also screaming civilians trapped inside of elevators and the word “ass” is heard in the game.
We have seen videos teasing what players can expect from gameplay, such as a behind the scenes video that shows off some VR elements in action specifically related to flying.
Iron Man VR is due to land on PS4 for PSVR users in May but doesn’t seem to have any plans to arrive on other VR devices.