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Sorry Gamers, Looks Like There's No Sex In Starfield

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The highly anticipated video game Starfield has just been rated R18+ in Australia. Despite the restrictive rating suggesting at least some sex, according to the country's Classification Board, Starfield won't be featuring any sex at all.

The agency is responsible for rating video games and other entertainment media in Australia. Starfield will be “restricted to adults as it contains content that is considered high in impact for viewers." While the game features violence in addition to mature themes and language, Starfield will not have any sexual content, at least if you go by the information published by the Classification Board.

The agency has rated the game's violence as "strong impact" which is enough to justify an MA15+ rating, while the game's themes and language are of "moderate impact," meaning they're "mature," but still accessible to players under the age of 15.

The main concern of the Classification Board is clearly drug use, a feature which earned the game its R18+ rating. RELATED: Starfield Can’t Just Be Another Fallout Or Skyrim Despite this apparent lack of sex, the game does contain "very mild impact" nudity, so players might see some skin, but that’s likely to be just about it.

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