Starfield is set to release on September 6th after several delays, with a bigger showcase due next month centered around the content of the game, but an ESRB rating has revealed that the game may have content relating to the use of jetpacks in acts of sexual relations.
The ESRB mentions several lines that seem to indicate a post-coital situation, such as:
"Life is a sexually transmitted disease that's 100% fatal"
"I'm all for getting a little wild, but next time let's try it without the jetpacks"
"Talk about seeing stars, whew, that was amazing"
Previous reports indicate that there's no on-screen sexual content, meaning that this is likely the result of a cutscene after a fade to black once you pick a certain dialogue prompt. The ESRB also seems to state that drugs are a core element of the game, with a portion of a storyline revolving around a drug called Aurora, with 'a section involving players characters working in an illicit drug lab'.