By Patrick Aguda / April 1st, 2019
Capcom recently released two patches for Devil May Cry 5, one of which added the long awaited Bloody Palace mode to the game. However, it appears that was not the only thing which was added, or should I say removed. Once my game updated to version 1.07, the controversial censor which was placed in the end scene of Mission 11 has now been removed. Until just recently, players who applied the game’s day one patch on western PS4 versions were greeted with a beam of light in said scene. The strange part about that censor is that it was only present in western PS4 versions, every other version of the game (PC and Xbox One) did not have that extra bit of censorship. It appears someone may have backtracked on their previous agenda and decided to just remove that beam of light entirely.
You can check out screenshots of the scene with the day one patch applied and the 1.07 patch applied below. Both screenshots were taken by me. Please note, the following may be considered NSFW.
Devil May Cry 5 is available now for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.
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