The Elder Scrolls Online has been given the rating 'M' for 'Mature' in the US by the Entertainment Software Ratings Board. It seems it wasn't what Bethesda was expecting, thought the company doesn't plan to take an action over the rating.
"While we may disagree with the ESRBís determination, we do not plan to challenge the rating, and we are unwilling to change the gameís content to achieve a different rating," said Bethesda on the game's Facebook page
. "The game we have created is the one we want our fans to be able to play.
"As a result of the ESRB rating, we are in the process of promptly updating everything with the required rating and age gates, including game trailers, web sites, and ads. Thanks for your understanding."
The sentiment was well recieved by the community, with many expressing the hope that the Bethesda will keep underage players off the servers.