Agony slightly censored to avoid an “Adults Only” rating, PC version will have a patch to remove censorship

Madmind Studio has announced that its upcoming first-person survival horror game, Agony, has been slightly censored in order to get an “Mature” instead of an “Adults Only” rating. And while the team did not reveal the full lists of the things that were censored, it reassured fans that none of the elements players have seen in Agony’s promotional materials (gameplay, trailers, screenshots, GIFs) have been censored.

As the team noted:

“Many of you ask us what exactly we had to censor, fearing that the game you have been supporting for years will not be the same experience you hoped for. We do not want to list exactly what’s been censored due to possible spoilers, but it is important for you to understand that none of the elements you have seen in Agony’s promotional materials (gameplay, trailers, screenshots, GIFs) have been censored. Do not be afraid, the full version of Agony is much heavier than what you’ve seen so far anyway.”

What’s also really cool here is that the PC version will receive an optional patch that will completely remove this censorship. As such, PC gamers will be able to enjoy the game the way it was originally meant to be played.

Agony will release later this year on the PC!

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