Players are returning Stellar Blade under false claims

April 29, 2024 by No Comments

The PlayStation Store is issuing refunds for digital copies of Stellar Blade due to false advertising.

Proof, originally posted Asmangold subreddit, showing that a refund has been issued. Although the image doesn’t specify a reason for the refund, the user who posted it says he got it using false advertising.

Over the weekend, players took to social media to complain about the apparent censorship of Eve’s outfit in the game. The dress, a one-piece bathing suit, covered Eve’s chest and a little more of her hips. It got a lot of attention, too Petition with about 50,000 Signatures to eliminate “censorship”.

What it does is that the outfit that’s there now is the “final costume” the studio originally wanted, says the game’s director. He added that he was aware that “this answer is not enough to convince our customer” and that “an internal discussion is ongoing”.

Despite this “controversy” with the game, it sold well. Zubytech took to Twitter to show Initial sales come back with confidence The game sold over 1 million copies in its first 24 hours. As of writing, there has been no official announcement from developer ShiftUp on initial sales numbers for the game.

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