In the highly-awaited Cyberpunk 2077, whose release date is being continually pushed back, has a unique feature–the choice of “various sizes and combinations of genitals” to play with.
Of course, the game that features fan-favorite Keanu Reeves, has been rated M for Mature for its content, which, according to Push Square is “due to graphic violence, scenes of a sexual nature, drug use, and very strong language.”
For the game, the rating reads: “The game contains nudity and sexual material: Players can select a gender and customize their character; customization can include depictions of breasts, buttocks, and genitalia, as well as various sizes and combinations of genitals.”
Games containing a more sexual nature have become more prominent in recent years. In the past few weeks, the controversy surrounding ‘The Last of Us 2’ saw women reportedly being depicted as “androgynous” to avoid offending transgender individuals.
Naughty Dog VP Neil Druckmann suggested that he didn’t want bigots playing his game–The Last of Us 2–which was pilloried on social media for its leaked gameplay.
Assassin’s Creed Valhalla will reportedly include homosexual romances within the game–something that would not be too historically accurate.
Push Square went onto report, via CD Project Rekt, that:
“Players can encounter events where they have the option to engage in sexual activities with other main characters or prostitutes—these brief sex scenes (from a first-person perspective) depict partially nude characters moaning suggestively while moving through various positions. Some scenes contain brief depictions of thrusting motions; other scenes depict a character’s head moving towards a partner’s crotch.”
After the news broke, gamers and social media trolls littered the internet with several memes joking about the choice in genitalia for the upcoming game.
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