PlayStation 4, Xbox One
Blood and Gore, Intense Violence, Partial Nudity, Sexual Themes, Strong Language, Use of Drugs
No Interactive Elements
This is a first-person adventure game in which players assume the role of Daniel Lazarski, a detective who can enter the minds of victims and suspects. As players explore a futuristic Polish nation-state, they experience the nightmares, murders, and assaults of characters in vivid detail. Some sequences depict dramatic instances of violence: a monstrous figure slamming an impaled woman against a window; a man being beaten by the player's character; a man getting shot in the stomach. Blood-splatter effects and screams of pain accompany several scenes of violence. A handful of scenes depict headless corpses, flayed human skin, and wounded figures with exposed entrails. The game contains some sexual material and nudity: a holographic dancer (resembling a mannequin) gyrating in a strip club—her chest and groin are covered by neon lights; robots behind a glass partition, with undulating body parts and flesh; a “sexbot” that players can speak with through an intercom (the robot is not shown); poster drawings of topless women. During a prison sequence, player's character mentions needing “a fix” before ingesting a substance that causes the screen to distort; during the course of the game, there are also references to "stoners," "crackheads," and "junkies" in the dialogue. The words “f**k” and “sh*t” appear in the game.