No nudity is depicted on screen while indulging in the services of a prostitute, although it will be present during a scene at a lap dance club. Male genitalia will be exposed “in a non-sexual context” during a mission involving cult members.
Rockstar’s Grand Theft Auto 5 will let you smoke bongs and once again visit prostitutes, a new ESRB rating for the game has revealed.
“In one sequence, players are directed to use various instruments and means to extract information from a character; the sequence is intense and prolonged, and it involves some player interaction (i.e., responding to on-screen prompts).”
ESRB rating lists the game’s violence, sex acts and swears.
Fair warning, the following contains very mild spoilers.
“Within the game, TV programs and radio ads contain instances of mature humor,” the listing continues. “Myriad sex jokes; depictions of raw sewage and feces on a worker’s body; a brief instance of necrophilia (no nudity is depicted).
“Players use pistols, machine guns, sniper rifles, and explosives to kill various enemies (e.g., rival gang members); players also have the ability to shoot non-adversary civilians, though this may negatively affect players’ progress as a penalty system triggers a broad police search. Blood-splatter effects occur frequently, and the game contains rare depictions of dismemberment.
“Some sequences within the larger game allow players to use narcotics (e.g., smoking from a bong, lighting a marijuana joint); cocaine use is also depicted. Players’ character can, at various times, consume alcohol and drive while under the influence. The words f**k, c*nt, and n**ger can be heard in the dialogue.”
The US board has collected together a detailed list of the game’s various violent sections, digital sex acts and drug use (thanks, Kotaku).
Grand Theft Auto 5 will let you smoke weed ESRB rating lists the game’s violence, sex acts and swears. Rockstar’s Grand Theft Auto 5 will let you smoke bongs and once again visit prostitutes,