Stellar Blade Won’t be Censored in Any Country!

There’s no need to worry about Shift Up’s title being censored (pixelated, blurred), as the South Korean studio has announced that it won’t be.


Sony has recently taken over the censorship reigns from Nintendo. It used to be the big N that censored a lot of things (religious symbols, for example), but they’ve mellowed a lot and nowadays you hear and see more censorship from Sony (in Devil May Cry V, for example). It’s no wonder that the public is worried that the PlayStation 5 exclusive Stellar Blade might be censored in some way. In a related story, Shift Up said on Twitter that Stellar Blade will be released in the same uncensored version in all countries, including Japan. So no censorship anywhere, which is good. So there won’t be any regional versions (e.g. for the Middle East), because everyone will get the same thing.

The demo of Stellar Blade is available since March 29th. Shift Up describes it this way: “The demo takes place from the very beginning of the game, when Eve, a member of the 7th Airborne Squad, is sent to Earth on a mission to reclaim the planet from the Naytiba, to the first boss fight. This first phase includes the tutorial phase, which will help you familiarize yourself with the basic combat functions as you explore post-war Eidos 7, a human city now infested by the Naytiba, giving you an early grasp of the gameplay mechanics that will serve you throughout the game’s story. We also have a little surprise in store for players who complete the first stage. The studio recently said that we should take it easy, as some players spent over 50 hours on the demo alone.

Stellar Blade’s release is not far off, as Shift Up is only a few days away from launch, coming to PlayStation 5 on Friday, April 26th. That’s only a few days away.

Source: VGC

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