Oddworld: Soulstorm was rated by the ESRB for Xbox Series X / S and Xbox One. The game from Oddword Inhabitants received a teen rating. This is probably due to the occurrence of blood, strong expressions, tobacco consumption and the occurrence of violence.
The rating was discovered by Gematsu on the ESRB website
The platformer is the revised version of Abes Exoddus, in which we have to help the Mudokons escape from the rupture farm. As usual for the series, Oddworld: Soulstorm offers puzzle-based platforming by keeping Abe and his people safe. In certain parts of the level we are also the last line of defense for hundreds of Mudokons on their way through the level. Only Abe has the ability to save her from death or capture.
The Review Summary also names this particular mechanic, as it describes enemy guards shooting at unarmed characters who flee with screams of pain and are blown into “small pieces of meat.” It is also about the consumption of cigars and the word “shit” that appears in the dialogue.
Collector’s Oddition makes collectors happy
On July 6th, Oddworld Soulstorm will also be released in its physical form for PS4 and PS5. The game’s Collector’s Oddition hits stores with some nice extras. Among other things, Abe fans get an embossed metal case, a 9-inch figure by Abe and an extensive premium art book by Pix’N Love. We can also look forward to three art prints and a bunch of tribal stickers.
If you like it “real”, you can get a temporary tattoo like Abe wears on the back of the hand. temporary tattoo in the form of one of the tattoos supplied on the back of Abe’s hand. Those who pre-ordered one of the physical editions before today also got access to the original soundtrack and the digital art book.
In our review we judged Oddworld: Soulstorm as follows:
Oddworld: Soulstorm is the continuation of a cult classic that has finally seen the light of day in its originally conceived form. A film-ready production peppered with a good portion of black humor ensures that fans of the first hour will jump for joy. The remaining bugs should be a thing of the past with future patches. Oddworld: Soulstorm makes you want more of this crazy world.
Oddworld: Soulstorm is currently exclusive to PS5, PS4 and PC available.