Rockstar Games has censored Grand Theft Auto: Vice City censorship.
Big-eyed fans of the Grand Theft Auto series noticed that the remaster of Grand Theft Auto: Vice City fell victim to censorship: in modern Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, Phil Cassidy – one of the characters in both Vice City and the entire 3D universe of Grand Theft Auto – is no longer wears a jersey with the flag of the Confederate States of America. Modern Cassidy prefers T-shirts with the image of an absolutely tasteless, dull, unremarkable skull:
Why was this flag removed? Because, in the opinion of modern America, he is offensive and politically incorrect.
Some fans condemn modern Rockstar Games for such a move and wonder what else they will cut out and censor so that they are not canceled by the overweight pink-haired twitter warriors, while others naively believe that such censorship was only for the trailer, and in the game itself everything will remain intact …
By the way, this is the second case of censorship from modern Rockstar Games: earlier they removed the Playboy-style posters and an indecent joke in the trailer for the reissue of Grand Theft Auto V for the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X | S consoles.
Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – Definitive Edition launches November 11 on PC, PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X | S, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch. The version for Android and iOS promises to be released in 2022.