It looks like two female characters and their moves in Street Fighter V was offensive for some. The newest build of the beta saw Cammy and R. Mika falling under some slight censorship. In fact, if you don’t really pay attention, you might not even find these slight modifications happening to them and their moves!
Rainbow Mika‘s special move started off originally with a buttslap. You can forget about that, because Capcom deleted this move. The finishing move also got modified: the enemy character now isn’t ending up between her legs either. Cammy’s intro move didn’t get changed, the camera angle did though: you can now not see her crotch anymore. We only have one question about these changes: since when were these offensive at all? What happens next, will Ryu’s beard get removed due to being too offensive?!
You can see these changes in the two videos below. Street Fighter V will be out on PlayStation 4 and PC on February 16, 2016.