Senran Kagura Burst Re: Newal Delayed to Remove Privacy Mode
It seems that Sony is tackling risky content in games that is released on PlayStation platform. First, Omega Labyrinth Z sadly canceled, and now the apparent change in attitude. The policy has an impact on the Senran Kagura series. Xseed Games has announced that Senran Kagura Burst Re: Newal is late because the publisher has to remove the “Privacy Mode” from the game.
Here is the complete statement from Xseed:
The release of Senran Kagura Burst Re: Newal will be slightly delayed as we remaster to remove the interactive “privacy mode” of the PS4 version. The Steam version will come out with this mode intact and will launch simultaneously with PS4. We look forward to sharing the release date shortly and thank you for your patience.
Xseed followed the statement with a second tweet that simply says, that we respect the wishes of the platform holder. The Senran Kagura series have apparently also included the Intimacy mode, which have been kept intact on their PlayStation platforms.
Unfortunately, this crackdown on Sony seems to have also attracted ToeJam & amp; Earl: Back in the throat in his wake. Fans who are anxiously waiting to become intimate with ToeJam and his great friend, Earl, may have to prepare for disappointment.