Ubisoft has tweaked one of For Honor‘s more controversial executions. No, it doesn’t involve decapitation, or any other kind of dismemberment, or anything else violent and bloody. The uproar has in fact been caused by the “No Touching” execution, which involves one character accidentally touching the breasts of another.
This “breast groping” caused enough of a stir to make Ubisoft Montreal place a shield between the “groper” and the “gropee,” making it less offensive.
Here’s the before:
And here’s the after:
Are you happy with the change? Glad Ubisoft made the effort to fix this? Let us know.
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