It’s one other puzzling scenario for Devil May Cry 5, this time for European PlayStation 4 customers.
MILD SPOILERS FOR DEVIL MAY CRY 5 AHEAD.
Capcom issued an replace for the sport that provides the Bloody Palace mode, and with it pulled the lens flare butt cover-up that was included with the 18-rated motion recreation on PS4 at launch.
But, surprisingly, patch 1.07 solely adjustments the sport for the US model. The European model stays because it did – with lens flare masking up Trish’s bum.
We’ve verified that is the case with our personal copy of the sport on PS4 and, publish replace, there is not any change within the cutscene that sees Trish carried bare to security by Dante.
Capcom didn’t point out the patch would make any change to Devil May Cry 5’s censorship, nor has it defined why the change was made now, or why it does not apply to the European model of the sport. We’ve requested the writer for remark.
It’s a puzzling one, however, as soon as once more, followers are speculating it could have one thing to do with a latest Sony coverage that seems to be about firming down sexual content material on PS4. This is one thing that is cropped up a couple of occasions over the previous 12 months or so. Back in October 2018, for instance, Senran Kagura Burst Re:Newal’s PS4 launch was delayed after Sony advised its writer to take away the controversial Intimacy Mode (the Steam model, by the way in which, included the Intimacy Mode). At the time, the sport’s localisation producer mentioned this was the results of “a model new coverage” at Sony.
It’s price remembering the Trish lens flare cover-up solely occurred within the western model of the PS4 model of Devil May Cry 5. It doesn’t happen within the Japanese model on PS4, nor does it happen within the PC and Xbox One variations worldwide.