Sony Apologizes After Banning Gamer Who Shared X-Rated Shot From Watch Dogs 2

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By Jasper Hamil | 6:08 am, November 18, 2016

Sony has apologized to a British man after he killed a prostitute in the game Watch Dogs 2 and then clapped eyes upon her exposed vagina.

According to The Sun, Brit Adam was having a “great time” killing women in a back alley when he was suddenly confronted by the sight of his victim’s private parts.

After he uploaded pictures of the virtual vagina, Sony hit him with a month-long ban for sharing adult content.

He said: “I’ve been having a great time with the game so far.

“On Sunday evening I accidentally blew up a few women in a back alley with a gas pipe and then I saw it.

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The screenshot that got the player into trouble.

“Someone at Ubisoft had rendered a full vagina on one, or maybe more, of the females in the game.

“I took a picture of this funny oversight with the in-game camera and shared it on Twitter for my friends to see and I posted it in one of the Watch Dogs early release threads on here.

“Cut to tonight where I can’t access any services while playing the game and then when I tried to sign in there was a very brief message about my account being suspended.”

Sony, who are now intending to release an updated version of the game, apologized and claimed Adam’s account had been suspended incorrectly.

A spokesman for developers Ubisoft said: “We’re aware that one of the non-player character models in Watch Dogs 2 is rendered in a way that is particularly explicit.

“While Watch Dogs 2 is a mature-rated game, we apologize and will update this model to make it more consistent with other models in the game in a patch to be released this week.

“We also are working with our first-party partners to ensure that players can continue to play and share all content from the game within the bounds of the first parties’ respective codes of conduct.”

This article originally appeared in The Sun.

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