PlayStation censors the video game Martha is Dead

Martha is Dead

Due to some strong scenes, Martha is Dead video game will be censored on PS5 and PS4. But it will come fully to Xbox and PC

PlayStation is in the midst of controversy after he decided censor the game Martha is Dead for some strong scenes it presents.

The horror game published by Wired Productions will have some modifications to be able to reach the PS5 and PS4.

“Martha Is Dead is a first-person psychological thriller set in 1944 Italy. Its main plot arc will be the tragedy of war along with a mixture of superstition and reality”

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Through a statement, the development team of Martha Is Dead reported the situation they are living through, pointing out that after four years of work they will have to make some changes so that the game is available in the Sony consoles.

“Martha Is Dead is a narrative adventure recommended for adults only, with gameplay consisting of potentially uncomfortable scenes and themes that may disturb some players”

According to some reports the Martha’s Dead video game features a scene where users must surgically remove a person’s face to later use it as a mask.

This scene would be the one that would have censored PlayStationHowever, there is nothing confirmed by the company, so it is unknown if this is the reason why it had to be modified.

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With this measure the game has delayed its launch, users will be able to purchase the digital version from February 24 of this year.

“Our physical edition will continue to include the bonus content of a double-sided poster, digital tarot cards, and the Martha Is Dead Digital EP. We will notify players with the date we will ship this edition as soon as we have the information.

Despite the restriction of PlayStationthe videogame Martha is Dead will come completely to Xbox and PC.

In social networks, users criticized PlayStation’s decision, since the developer had already reported that the game would have strong scenes.

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