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Godfall provides an engaging hack-and-slash dynamic combat system with a variety of weapons each with their own feeling and playstyle when combined with the game's high-quality graphics and effects Godfall provides an experience that makes you feel as powerful as you look.
Rating: PEGI 16+, ESRB TEEN
Release Date: 12/11/2020
Platforms: PC and PlayStation 5
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Rated PEGI 16+ for Violence as it includes frequent depictions of realistic looking violence towards human-like characters. Characters let out grunts of pain and stagger backwards while being attacked. When a character is defeated, luminous green blood splatters onto the surroundings and their body falls limply fall to the floor, where they then disintegrate into bright coloured flecks. The majority of the violence is inflicted with weapons such as swords, hammers and axes. However, some firearms and spells are used as well. Regardless of the type of weapon used, the reaction to the violence remains the same.
Rated ESRB TEEN for Animated Blood, Violence. From a third-person perspective, players battle enemy soldiers and fantastical creatures by using swords, hammers, and ranged weapons. A handful of enemies use rifle-like guns against players. Cutscenes sometimes depict battlefields strewn with corpses, or close-up duels between knights. Combat is highlighted by cries of pain, impact sounds, and splatters of blue blood.
Users Interact: The game enables players to interact and communicate with each other, so may expose players to language usually associated with older rated games.
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