Square Enix is releasing Final Fantasy VI Pixel Remaster for PC later in February. ESRB has now rated the game giving it a Teen rating.
Final Fantasy VI Pixel Remaster reportedly does a lot more than any other games that have been released as part of the new remaster process. Some scenes have been completely retouched in this remaster bumping their visuals to a 2D-HD style.
ESRB has rated the game for PC ahead of the February release for it. Their rating classifies the game as Teen with Fantasy Violence and Partial Nudity as one of the reasons.
This is a role-playing game in which players embark on a journey to stop a villain from destroying the world. Players engage in turn-based battles (e.g., selecting attacks/spells from a menu screen) against various enemies (e.g., bears, mech-robots, knights) that disappear when defeated. Cutscenes also contain instances of violence: a jailed character getting punched; a character getting stabbed. A handful of characters are dressed in outfits that expose deep cleavage; gallery images depict line drawings of partially nude characters.
The game is not available for pre-order on Steam but it was confirmed to launch in February. ESRB rating might have indicated that an announcement for the release date is due soon.