It seems that Xbox Game Studios and INTERIOR/NIGHT’s upcoming interactive drama As Dusk Falls has been rated by the ESRB. The game received an M for Mature rating for strong language, blood, use of drugs and alcohol, violence, and suggestive themes.
As Dusk Falls is in development for Xbox One, Xbox Series, and PC. You can view the ESRB’s description down below:
This is a narrative adventure game in which players follow Vince Walker and Jay Holt and their family stories in Arizona during the 1990s. As players progress through each family’s storyline, they are presented with various dialogue and action choices that influence the outcome/progression of the story. Some choices require players to follow on-screen prompts that can lead to instances of violence: a deputy shot and killed by a gunman; a character shot in the head by a police sniper; a character strangled; a man hung by a rope. Action sequences are accompanied by occasional gunfire and blood stains on characters’ bodies and clothing. The game contains some suggestive material: a depiction of a foot fetish magazine; characters making sexual jokes (e.g., “…so Bill turns to Hillary and says, ‘But I thought the Gaza Strip was a topless bar’”; “Hear that?…He can’t get it up…Says he’s got hard wood…Maybe you need a cold shower.”); a bedroom sequence in which moaning/heavy breathing is heard. During the course of the game, characters are shown smoking marijuana and inhaling aersol fumes to get high. A teenage character is also depicted drinking beer. The words “f*k” and “sht” are heard in the game.