CDPR Used "Winnie the Pooh" to Refer to Items Censored in Cyberpunk 2077's Chinese Version

From GameWatcher: "Publisher and developer CD Projekt Red may be in hot water yet again, as leaked Cyberpunk 2077 source code reportedly suggests that censorship flags used in the RPG's Chinese version were tagged with the name Winnie the Pooh.

A small reference to Winnie the Pooh previously saw horror game Devotion pulled from stores shortly after release. Since 2013, the cartoon bear has been used to mock Chinese President Xi Jinping which, as you can probably tell, doesn't sit all that well with the state's censors."

Read Full Story >>
The story is too old to be commented.
majiebeast46d ago

Time to pull a John Cena CDPR

ChrisW45d ago

John Cena... Wow, I am super disappointed in his kowtow to the CCP. However, I loved that he called Taiwan a country!

Popsicle46d ago

Hope they don’t apologize to Xi Jinping. I know he doesn’t like criticism because he thinks it makes him look week but can grow thinker skin.

OhReginald46d ago

Lol f*ck cd projekt red for releasing cyberpunk 2077 way too early in a broken state. But I gotta say that's funny, I wonder if they will add this to apology list.

Show all comments (15)
The story is too old to be commented.