While EA has already announced it earlier this June, it seems we’ll be getting a release date announcement soon for the Apex Legends Nintendo Switch version, as the ESRB rating for the game is now up!
The ESRB (Entertainment Software Ratings Board) has the game listed as “T” for Teen, which isn’t surprising. Check out the screenshot and ratings summary below.
This is a first-person shooter in which players engage in squad-based battle royale-style combat across a large island. Players search for supplies and use machine guns, rifles, and explosives to shoot and kill enemies as the play area constantly shrinks. Frenetic firefights are accompanied by blood-splatter effects, realistic gunfire, and large explosions. Players can also perform various finishing moves on weakened enemies (e.g., stabbing them with a knife; beating opponents down with fists; electrocuting characters). These attacks are often depicted close-up and/or from the victim’s perspective.
Hopefully, the Apex Legends Nintendo Switch version will be updated the same time as the PS4, Xbox One, and PC versions. Speaking of which, head on over here to see the fixes made in the latest Apex Legends patch released this week.
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