Telling someone their zipper is down is awkward enough when it's on their jeans.
Nevertheless, the guy who first discovered "it" took a screenshot and uploaded it to Twitter via his PS4 ... whereupon he was banned by Sony for being a dirty pornmonger. Ubisoft responded by chickenshitedly nuking the realistic crotch from the game, before presumably heading round to players' houses and smashing their mirrors before they glimpsed anything that might traumatize them.
That's not to say that they excised all vaginas from the game. They're simply a lot less visceral and, therefore, a lot less likely to offend Sony. They are presumably filled with ammunition and health packs.
Amazing how they captured the exact expression of someone who plays with hula hoops naked on their front yard.
Making The Witcher 3 Involved 16 Hours Of Mo-Cap Sex Recording
It's literally impossible to get through the Witcher franchise without getting laid. As a "witcher" -- think magical mutation, Jedi training, and lots of drugs -- you can be pretty cavalier with your womb raider. All witchers are sterile, immune to disease, and highly resistant to toxins (except alcohol, conveniently), so they don't have much reason to keep it in their pants. The original books say witchers are made to hunt monsters, but the games suggest that's more of a side-gig to their incessant genital-smashing.
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Occasionally they do combine both endeavors, Captain Kirk-style.
But The Witcher's creators don't simply drop their characters into Microsoft Kids 3D Movie Maker, apply some pre-made positions, and call it a day. They actually go through the trouble of recording real motion capture movements for each scene. For the third game alone, that translated into 16 hours of steamy, awkward data. How? Well, they insist that the game had to start with a sexual scene in order to establish a reason for the protagonist to be searching for his girlfriend. Yeah, why else would he give a shit about her?