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PUBG Removes Accidental Camel Toe After Negative Feedback


An update to PUBG (PLAYERUNKNOWN’S BATTLEGROUNDS) introduced camel toe details to the female character model. After outrage on Twitter, game’s creative director Brendan Greene promises its removal.

PLAYERUNKNOWN’S BATTLEGROUNDS, also known by PUBG, is an overly popular first person shooter currently dominating the Steam marketplace as the most played game at any given time. The game’s design is based around the idea of survival games. Players parachute onto an island, scavenge abandoned buildings for weapons and items, and then battle the last. The game has sold over 25 million copies so far, whilst remaining in Early Access.

An update to the game’s test server on December 9th alerted the female character model by giving it a camel toe. Said alternation was difficult to spot, nearly invisible on high resolution settings, and gone once the character wore pants. Nonetheless, it was spotted by a Reddit user nicknamed panqakee , who pointed it out in a post. The Reddit users found themselves surprised and reacted, for the most part, with jokes.


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You can learn more about PLAYERUNKNOWN’S BATTLEGROUNDS on the game’s Steam page, where it is early access and available for purchase, costing $29.99.

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