1 Likes/1 Replies/16 ViewsOriginal poster misthios1031 4 posts
I'm a Korean user.
I was so excited to hear that Valhalla will be released this time, and I re-learned about the history of the Viking era, the history after Charlemagne, and the Druids.
But this time, only PS in Asia was forced by Japan's censorship system, so I was very embarrassed and angry. I'm still so angry.
Japan is not the only country in Asia. There are Korea, China, Taiwan, and Hong Kong. And there are many countries in Southeast Asia. We are not Japanese. We are Korean, we are Chinese, we are Taiwanese, and we are Hong Kong people.
But why did Ubisoft do this? Is it because you're lazy? Or is it not worth dealing with Asian users? Or is Ubisoft a company that only cares about Japan? This is a clear discrimination against Asian users. There is no problem with Valhalla among PS users in Europe and North America, but if there is only a problem with PS users in Asia, it can only be felt as discrimination.
We are not your experiment. We are not your slaves. We are not a pushover for filling your pockets. We have the right to enjoy Assassin Creed series fairly.
Through the update, I strongly request that Asian users can enjoy it as fairly as PS users in Europe or North America.