Playground games makes the huge mistake of de-censoring Australians online

Playground Games, the developers behind the critically acclaimed Forza Horizon 3, have recently come under fire from their own large online community after a bug appears to have removed all creative censorship.
Despite the game being set in Australia, it seems that online players do not resonate with the language or the vulgar imagery that the average Aussie brings to the online community.

An example of an uncensored Australian number plate

The bug de-censors all custom number plates, vinyls designs, and user created race events. While there has been a large amount of backlash, many believe that it adds a layer of authenticity to the game. Some proud Aussies have taken to Twitter to have their say:


Below is a list of some of the de-censored number plates spotted in the wild:
CUNTFUKA - ARSERAPE - FUCKOATH - FUCKYOU - FUCKOFF - WANKER - CUMFUCK - COK4CASH - TITSOUT - GAYCUNT - CUNTY - CUNTUS - CUNTARSE - ARSECUNT - KOCHIE

Playground games have yet to respond to the incident, but a patch can be expected in due time.

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