Lines from Resident Evil 4 look to have already been censored by Facebook prior to its release on Oculus Quest VR headsets.
Following the success of Resident Evil Village earlier this year, Capcom have focused all their efforts into Resident Evil VR.
The launch of Resident Evil 4 VR will be exclusively on Oculus Quest 2 and is scheduled to release later this month on October 12, however some fans are concerned as it looks like some of the original lines and text from the game have already been censored.
Resident Evil 4 was first released over 15 years ago and since been revealed on a number of other consoles over the years, these releases have been pretty close to the original without many major changes being made.
The only changes we have seen in these releases over the years have been the games control schemes, similarly to what we saw with Nintendo Wii and the consoles controllers.
Although, now it has been reported that there has been changes made to the games dialogue with some lines even having been removed.
A number of different sources have reported that these changes have been made to the games existing dialogue at the request of Facebook and also the Oculus Quest producer.
It has now been said the Capcom have agreed to these requests and made the necessary changes, these changes reportedly include the removal of flirtatious comments and lines of a sexual nature.
The removal of these lines if reportedly due to their content, and not actually anything to do with the VR format.
While players who are new to the game won’t likely notice these changes, any veteran players of the game will more than likely be aware of the changes made to the game.
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