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Camel toes in PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds won't make it to live servers, were an accident

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PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds’ controversial camel toe was apparently an accident. PlayerUnknown himself tweeted to suggest that the character model appearing on test servers was the work of a freelancer, and had not been changed in two years.

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If you don’t know what camel toe is, go to Urban Dictionary, but to be honest, you can probably figure it out yourself based on the image above. Either way, fans of the game were disappointed at the apparent sexualisation of female avatars in PUBG, taking to Twitter to announce their dissatisfaction at character models that recently appeared on the game’s test servers.

Fortunately, it seems that the arrival of the new model on the test servers was a mistake. Brendan Greene tweeted to say that “after looking into this, it appears it came as part of the character model we received from an outsourcer when we first started the project,” and that “it will be updated shortly with changes,” before apologising for any offence caused.

With just over a week to go before PUBG’s full release, this is perhaps not the kind of publicity that the developers might have been looking for. But hey, there’s no such thing as bad press, I suppose.

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7 Months ago

Now that's some realism.

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7 Months ago

how is that offensive?? that is what would happen if you wore those

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5 Months ago

Wadu Hek, how can that be offensive, in what universe? I see tons of girls IRL that have WAY more cameltoe´s then that on a daily basis, should I be like, "superoffended", permanently? I mean, they actually sell "cameltoe"-inlays...

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