CD Projekt Red’s Cyberpunk 2077 is shaping up to be arguably the most expansive RPG to date, in terms of character creation and the exploration of various mature themes, such as sexuality and violence.
However, it might not be as well-received in some countries than others.
In the case of Japan, it looks as though the game will be receiving more than just an “M” rating – it will be “heavily censored” in various areas.
According to Australian press Press Start (via Games Radar), the sexually-explicit content in the Japanese version of Cyberpunk 2077 will get a major overhaul, where underwear will be permanently added to naked characters, and will also include the “revision/removal” of various art that depicts genitalia in the game, such as posters or billboards.
This most likely will also mean that players may not be able to customise their character’s genitalia, or even pubic hair, to say the least.