The short answer is that “Ghost of Tsushima” is rated M because it is a mature game with intense violence blood and gore sexual content and strong language. However there is more to it than that.
“Ghost of Tsushima” is set in 1274 during the first Mongol invasion of Japan. The player takes on the role of Jin Sakai a samurai warrior who is one of the last survivors of his clan. The game is incredibly brutal with scenes of intense violence and blood. There is also a scene where a character is raped.
The game’s sexual content is relatively mild but there is one scene in particular that is quite graphic. In this scene a character is shown propositions another for sex and there is discussion of another character’s sexual history.
The language in “Ghost of Tsushima” is also quite strong. There is a lot of profanity including the f-word. There are also racial slurs used throughout the game.
Ghost of Tsushima has been rated M by the ESRB for Blood Intense Violence Sexuality and Use of Alcohol.
How did the ESRB rate Ghost of Tsushima?
The ESRB rated Ghost of Tsushima M for Blood Intense Violence Sexuality and Use of Alcohol.
Why was Ghost of Tsushima rated M?
Ghost of Tsushima was rated M due to Blood Intense Violence Sexuality and Use of Alcohol.