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‘WWE 2K14’ alcohol, blood, cleavage, weapons and more revealed

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The Entertainment Software Rating Board has revealed the rating summary for the upcoming Playstation 3 and Xbox 360 video game, “WWE 2K14.” According to an update from the official website of the organization on Aug. 23, the wrestling simulation title got tagged with a “Teen” rating due to contents relating to blood, language, suggestive themes, use of alcohol and violence.

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Although bleeding has been toned down on the television programs over the last several years, the effects will still be included in “WWE 2K14.” Players will be able to use a wide variety of weapons such as a chair, sledgehammer and table to hit their opponents. Doing so could result in some blood being spilt.

The Entertainment Software Rating Board also confirmed that female wrestlers will be included in this year’s edition. The organization warns that the divas wear outfits that would “expose large amounts of cleavage.” Some of the taunts, like buttocks wiggling and pelvic thrusts, are also described as provocative.

The rest of the rating summary relates to Stone Cold Steve Austin. The legendary wrestler will be drinking alcohol, in addition to giving middle fingers, in “WWE 2K14.” The infamous beer truck scene is also being included in the video game.

“WWE 2K14” is shipping later this year on Oct. 29. You can check out the latest batch of screenshots in the slideshow near the top of this article. You can pre-order the product from Amazon in the following link: “WWE 2K14”

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