Star Wars Outlaws Rated High in Korea For ‘Speculative Behavior’

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Star Wars Outlaws Earns 19+ Rating in South Korea: What Does It Mean for the Game?

According to the Game Rating and Administration Committee in South Korea, Star Wars Outlaws has been given a 19+ rating. The reason behind this rating is the “realistic simulation of speculative behavior” and the presence of a mini-game involving in-game betting and dividends.

An Edgier Side of Star Wars: Open World Adventure from Massive Entertainment

Star Wars Outlaws, an open-world adventure developed by Massive Entertainment, is set to be released alongside Assassin’s Creed Red. While the game still doesn’t have a definitive release date, earning a rating in South Korea might give fans an idea of when to expect it.

Sabbac Card Game: Familiar Feature from Star Wars IP

Fans believe that the mini-game causing the rating may refer to Sabbac, a poker-style game well known in the Star Wars universe. Casual fans might remember this game from Solo: A Star Wars Story or a previous trailer for Star Wars Outlaws.

Gambling Depictions and Ratings in Other Countries

It remains to be seen if the gambling depictions in Star Wars Outlaws will affect its rating in other countries. Some markets are stricter about such content, but even a game featuring actual poker cards during gameplay managed to be released.

Improved Graphics with DLSS Support

Last week, NVIDIA announced that Star Wars Outlaws will launch with DLSS (Deep Learning Super Sampling) support. This feature significantly improves visual depth and realism through frame generation and lighting simulation. Despite concerns about Ubisoft’s history with microtransactions, the game is expected to deliver an impressive visual experience.

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