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Devil May Cry 5 eliminates censorship of its western version on PS4

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Devil May Cry 5 eliminates censorship of its western version on PS4

2 APR 2019 / Video game

The censorship that was only found in the western version of the game was withdrawn on PS4.

Devil May Cry 5 is undoubtedly a great game, but not for this was exempt from controversy, punctually for censorship in the western version of the game. Now as it was released the game would have corrected this, and eliminated the censorship in a certain scene of the game.

The scene corresponds to one of the campaign in which Dante carries in his arms Trish, who is naked, part of his body had been covered with lights in the western version which was finally eliminated and is now the same as in the other versions.

Devil May Cry 5 was released on March 8 for Ps4, Sbox One and PC. This new game brings back the different protagonists of the previous games like Dante and Nero, and also adds a third playable character called V.

Here we leave the video that compares the scene on PS4 in both regions.

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