Apology over Watch Dogs 2's genitalia gaffe
A discovery that attacking a female character in a video game leads to the player being shown a explicit depiction of her genitalia has prompted an apology from the title's creator.
Ubisoft says it intends to release an updated version of Watch Dogs 2 later this week to remove the imagery.
The apparent mistake was discovered by a UK-based gamer who obtained a copy of the title ahead of its release date.
He was briefly punished for bringing the matter to others' attention.
The player - who has only revealed his first name is Adam - explained what had happened on the Neogaf forum.
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