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Assassin’s Creed Mirage is not adult-only, Ubisoft confirmed no actual gambling



Update: Ubisoft has confirmed that Assassin’s Creed Mirage contains no real gambling, and that the adult-only rating for the game is a mistake: “After the announcement of Assassin’s Creed Mirage during Ubisoft Forward, some store pages mistakenly listed the game as a Displayed for pre-order with Adult. ESRB rating. While Assassin’s Creed Mirage has yet to be rated, Ubisoft would like to assure players that there are no actual gambling or lootboxes present in the game.”

Original story: Ubisoft’s anticipated action adventure Assassin’s Creed throwback, Assassin’s Creed Mirage, can only be rated an Exceptional Adult rating by the ESRB, due to its inclusion of “actual gambling”. The US Ratings Board classifies it as “bets or bets on actual cash or currency”. This differs from “simulated gambling”, which is defined as gambling “without wagering or wagering on actual cash or currency”.

The rating appeared for the first time Xbox Store, where we initially assumed this must be an error. However, eagle-eyed fans at Reset era Saw that Ubisoft’s livestream tomorrow Also marked AO by the ESRB. Assuming all of this is true, it makes sense can do Be a way to gamble with real money inside Mirage, though obviously we’ll check with the French publisher’s representatives and try to figure out what’s going on here. Currently, there is No rating is listed on the PS Store.

Mirage is set in Baghdad, so it wouldn’t be unusual for there to be some sort of in-universe minigames, potentially inspired by historical wagers or gambling games. But you’d expect that to fall under the bounds of “simulated gambling,” so we’re not entirely sure what’s going on here. The Xbox Store also mentions “in-game purchases”, but that’s par for the course these days, isn’t it? There are a number of AO-rated video games Disappearingly shortSo it will be interesting to see if this is a mix or Ubisoft for real is raising the temperature by one degree.

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