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Censorship
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PUBG: Battlegrounds (formerly PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds) is a South Korean Battle Royale video game that was developed and published by PUBG Corporation. The video game was released on December 20, 2017.

Censorship[]

International censorship[]

  • On test servers, when using a female model wearing only panties, a "camel toe" outline became visible. This was the result of a contract artist and was removed in an update.[1]

Chinese censorship[]

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Due to China recently tightening video game censorship laws, the original version of the game has been banned in China and was replaced with a clone called Game for Peace, which was developed for China by Tencent.[2]

  • All International censorship applies.
  • Gore has been completely removed and has been replaced with bright flashes.
  • The word "kill" has been changed to "out"
  • Once a character dies, instead of becoming a bloody corpse, they leave behind a loot box, wave goodbye, and then disappear.

Nepalese censorship[]

  • The game is banned in Nepal.

Where to find it uncensored[]

Every other country has it uncensored, with the exception of the updated female model.

References[]

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