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Ubisoft and Sony are finally addressing the controversial content players noticed while playing "Watch Dogs 2", which was released just this Tuesday.
The player describes in the forum Neogaf that he made the discovery, when in the game by an accidentally triggered gas explosion caused for the virtual demise of several female figures.
Since then, Ubisoft has clarified that they intend to remove the texture from the game.
"We're aware that one of the NPC models in Watch Dogs 2 is rendered in a way that is particularly explicit", said a Ubisoft spokesperson in a public statement. The publisher confirmed to Polygon that a patch will be released that addresses the situation and, even though the game is rated Mature, they want players to be able to share any pictures/videos from Watch Dogs 2 without the risk of breaking any content clauses. The briefly blocked player commented on the happening on Twitter with the words "Excuse me, Sony, I'm going to share pictures of corpses from Resident Evil 7".
Ubisoft also told Kotaku on request that the patch is referring exclusively to the one female game character. However, along with the arrival of the game were few revelations that while it may seem normal in real life, an apparent degrading input is in the new Watch Dogs game.