Users noticed the presence of censorship in the update of GTA V, which caused concern among fans of the series. The finding was shared by a reddit user with the nickname Darth_Daver123.
In the trailer of GTA V: Expanded & Enhanced, a poster with a girl in a bikini, which is in the PC version of the game, disappeared in one of the scenes. Fans speculated that Rockstar may have removed the points in question to avoid problems. Some also linked the disappearance of the poster to YouTube rules: the company could have removed the image from the trailer to avoid being accused of posting sexually explicit material.
The original GTA V was released in 2013 on PS3 and Xbox 360. After that, the game moved to PS4, Xbox One and PC. Rockstar was planning to release a version for the next generation of consoles in 2021, but from the trailer from the PlayStation Showcase it became known that its release was postponed to March 2022. After the release of the video, users began to express dissatisfaction en masse. The community is mainly complaining about another Rockstar attempt to sell the 2013 game to users.