'Watch Dogs 2' News and Update: Fake Game Trailer Is True? Ubisoft To Remove Private Explicit Female Nudity
Recent "Watch Dogs 2" news suggests that its game trailer that was reported fake, is now true. Its developer, Ubisoft confirmed they will remove the explicit nudity that was discovered by a gamer.
"Watch Dogs 2" game trailer surfaced online about a couple of days ago. Although it was reported fake, many people suspected that this game trailer or this game leak is actually a real trailer for a real game called "Pioneer."
Kotaku said that there are sources claimed that the game in the trailer is a space exploration title just like "No Man's Sky." Kotaku's source said, that "Pioneer" development faces some issues.
One source claimed that the project, "Pioneer" was supposed to be announced in 2017. However, the company replaced many of the leads on "Pioneer." That's why the game release won't happen and it is currently being retooled.
In other related news, "Watch Dogs 2" developer Ubisoft removed the explicit nudity after a player discovered and even shared a picture of a female character's private part in "Watch Dogs 2." The company issued a statement to Polygon.
In the statement, the company wrote that they will remove the explicit nudity.
"While Watch Dogs 2 is a mature-rated game, we apologize and will update this NPC model to make it more consistent with other NPC models in the game in a patch to be released this week," Ubisoft wrote.
The player who shared the nude photo of a female character was banned by Sony, Forbes reported. Neogaf user Goron2000 received an email from Sony, telling him he's temporarily banned.
Another player who was also suspended is Swizzasaur. He shared the screenshot image of a nude character. The gamer announced on Twitter that Sony has informed him of his suspension.
Sony have undone the suspension. We won! I think? They never admitted fault of course. I want to thank everyone for their support today.
— Swizzasaur (@Swizzasaur) November 16, 2016