Looks like a new instalment in the Ghost Recon series is heading to PSP.
A listing for Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Predator has popped up on the website of the Entertainment Software Ratings Board. It describes the game as "an action game/third-person shooter in which players engage in combat missions as part of an elite military unit".
Apparently players will use machine guns, sniper rifles, grenades and explosives to infiltrate enemy compounds and kill said enemies. "Gun fights are depicted realistically, with loud gun sound effects, large explosions and characters that yell in pain when hit. Gunshots result in splashes or small clouds of red blood that disappear quickly," says the ESRB.
And that's not all: "Characters use the words "sh*t," "b*tch," and "a*s" in the dialogue." To summarise, the ESRB concludes, Ghost Recon Predator features "Blood, Language, Violence". It's been given a Teen rating.
Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Predator has yet to be officially announced and there's no word on a release date just yet.