There’s a unadorned butt that seems within the PC model of Devil May Cry 5 that many PlayStation four house owners received’t see, as their version of the game demurely covers it up with some strategic lens flare.
The bum belongs to Trish, a demon who has taken a girl’s type and who has appeared all through the Devil May Cry sequence. It appears as if a cutscene that briefly exhibits her buttocks is coyly censored within the PlayStation four model of Devil May Cry 5, whereas it’s proven uncovered in each the PC and Xbox One variations.
I’ll make two notes at this level: Firstly, I’m knowledgeable via Eurogamer that describing this scene will contain spoilers, so in the event you’re planning on taking part in Devil May Cry 5 and don’t wish to find out about any of its story beats, you might wish to head back to the homepage. Second, I haven’t performed Devil May Cry 5, so that is all fairly second-hand.
That out of the way in which, there’s a cutscene by which Dante rescues Trish as she’s being held in a trance of some sort contained in the torso of a big demon. As she falls out of the demon’s physique, it turns into clear that she’s not carrying a sew of clothes, and her backside is briefly seen as Dante lays her down on the pavement.
In the Western PS4 model of this scene, nonetheless, Trish’s butt is obscured by added lens flare from the headlight on Dante’s motorbike. You can see a side-by-side comparability within the video under:
Since the concealing lens flare on this scene solely seems within the Western model of the PlayStation four model of Devil May Cry 5, Resetera commenters in a thread on the scene have usually concluded it was added at Sony’s behest (though the scene is reportedly uncensored within the Japanese PlayStation four model).
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As commenters level out although, different scenes within the game have nudity strategically hid on all platforms in all areas, and that it’s unclear why this particular occasion required a change on PlayStation. Further, as an M+/18+-rated game, there’s (in concept) some tolerance for a little bit of PG-13 degree nudity within the title. However, the alteration doesn’t reduce something significant out of the game or detract from the story, so it’s a little bit of a wash.
In any case, the underside line right here is that Capcom apparently didn’t really feel the necessity to change the scene for PC or Xbox gamers.