- Jul 11, 2018
Really, now? Does that mean games like Assassin's Creed Odyssey would have all the sexual humor and stuff chucked out in future games? If they did that for all games it would just wreck them. I can't see that, especially for violent content. I hope this is just for this game. If not, I don't think any future Ubisoft game will appeal to me. The future of gaming is looking quite bleak if this is the goal.Rainbow 6 Siege is getting
censored"localized" for the global release as well. While it was originally to meet demands by Chinese authorities to be cleared legally for a local release, it somehow is applied to all global versions of the game.
- Gambling references
- Any Skulls
- Small Blood stains in backgrounds
- Cartoony sexual content
Also, Ubisoft pledges for this to be standard practice from now on for their future games.
It's worth mentioning that Ubisoft does game localizations with very significant regional changes for Saudi Arabia (no religious themes, sexual references even textual heavily toned down), China (political themes, some morality themes, gore, skulls, and blood stains heavily toned down) and South Korea (no gambling themes).
While they have in the past maintained separate builds for these regions, it's certainly interesting they intend to take all of these restrictions combined for a single unified build for all of their games going forwards, from what this announcement implies.