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Players assume the role of a resistance soldier who traverses open-world environments in the Wild West and engages in missions that require frequent gun battles with humans, robots, and zombie-like creatures.

Firefights are highlighted by extensive use of camera effects (blurring and screen shakes) and realistic sound effects (gunfire, explosion, and demolition).

Blood spray is emitted when enemies are shot, and explosives can sometimes result in the dismemberment of bodies.

The violence occurs throughout the game and the player has access to a variety of weapons, from pistols and sniper rifles to swords and daggers.

Bodies can be shot at close range or exploded into bloody chunks and there are frequent spurts of blood as bullets hit their mark and even decapitations when enemies are shot via the sniper rifle.

Spanish-speaking characters sometimes use profanity (e.g., 'p*ndejo,' 'ch*ngado,' and 'p*tas') in dialogue.

Name calling (bitch and bastard.)


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