PUBG Creator Apologizes for Provocative Female Character Modeling

Female characters modeling on the test server have a camel toe.

During the weekend many players of PUBG discovered that the test server had a female modeling somewhat different from the usual: female avatars in the game wearing skin-tight underwear drawing attention to the genital area of their character models, an effect known as the camel toe.

This aspect, not present until now in PUBG, caused controversy on social networks and communities for the free se*ualization of its characters. You can see the original appearance and the evidence in the Tweets posted below at the end of this article.

Brendan Greene, the creator of the game, has given explanations and confirms that it is not a future change, but an error to use a “character model they received from an outsourcer when they first started the project. The file itself has not been changed in 2 years. It will be updated shortly with changes,” Greene said on Twitter and apologized for any offense caused.

Playerunknown’s Battlegrounds is currently in the Early Access phase on PC and tomorrow it will launch on Xbox One.

Recall that Playerunknown’s Battlegrounds is a shooting and action game that follows the mechanics of Battle Royale: players must strive to be the last to stand. To achieve this, they will have a wide arsenal of weapons and vehicles.