'Assassin's Creed Origin's Discovery Tour Censors the Nude Statues
Assassin's Creed Origins' Discovery Tour mode came out on February 20th. It lets you wander the game's Egyptian setting in an educational and non-combative way. You can learn many interesting things about ancient times this way. For instance, did you know Egyptians used to cover up all their nude statues with ridiculous sea shells?
Actually, you can thank Ubisoft for that. According to Rock, Paper, Shotgun, the game publisher has hidden every marble breast and bit of junk in the Discovery Tour. Presumably, to keep prudish Western audiences from learning anything about art or human anatomy.