Game of ‘South Park’ is censored in countries of Europe and Asia

The RPG game “South Park: The Stick Of Truth” had scenes censored by the parental rating agencies in some countries in Europe, Middle East and Africa. The game had already been censored parts in Australia.

The producer Ubisoft sent documents to confirm that the game had a total of seven scenes with 20 seconds each that had to be removed from the console version these regions. The scenes, however, are nothing different from what is shown in the series “South Park”, which is known for abusing swearing and showing content with acid and politically incorrect humor.

Among the scenes removed in these regions is a minigame in which the doctor performs an abortion in the player, a minigame in which the player performs an abortion on the character Randy and five scenes showing the insertion of a tube into the anus of the characters.

The Ubisoft said in a statement that despite the censorship, the game does not lose context and can be played normally and understood. They were removed from the game and replaced by an image and description selected by the series creators, Matt Stone and Trey Parker.

“South Park: The Stick Of Truth” will be released on March 4 to the old generation consoles and PC.