The Witcher 3: CD Projekt RED To Sto Unwanted Nudity!

Before we get into it, a fair reminder that the following subject is quite adult-oriented…


The Witcher 3 has received a PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series port, and the conclusion to the story of Geralt of Rivia has been updated on PC, too. With the update came a little something extra. To put it mildly, realistic female genitalia and pubic hair have been added to the game. Kotaku wrote about the issue and the announcement from CD Projekt RED (abbreviated to CDPR from now on). There is no such direct nudity in most of the game’s romantic scenes, but the Bruxa enemies, as well as characters in one of Crookback Bog’s scenes towards the end of the game, are completely naked. Initially, they were in a Barbie doll-like fashion, so there was nothing down there, but with the next-gen update, they were “tuned”…

It’s unclear why it even happened in The Witcher 3, but CDPR won’t leave the genitalia in Geralt’s story, and more information will be released over the next few days. Their statement reads, “The next-gen version of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt features several community-sourced mods not created by CD PROJEKT RED, on top of numerous enhancements created and implemented by the studio internally. Merging everything was a complex process, and the textures in question are an unintended result present in the release version. This is something we are working to address.”

When contacted by GameSpot, CDPR did not respond, but after the story surfaced, the Polish studio confirmed that the vaginas would be removed. It is not the first time this happened, as when Cyberpunk 2077 was released in late 2020, its console performance was incredibly lousy, and other technical glitches plagued it. There too, was nudity that wasn’t originally in CDPR’s plans, but there it was purely due to the first-person adventure released as a glitchfest.

If all it wasn’t enough, Watch Dogs 2 also had similar problems, which we wrote about in more detail here

Source: GameSpot

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