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Assassin’s Creed Apologise After Removing Option To Play Gay Character In DLC

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2018’s Assassin’s Creed Odyssey was praised for ‘normalising homosexual relationships’ by allowing players to determine their character’s own sexuality.

In the game you can choose to play as either Alexios or Kassandra and each character can have relationships with basically whoever they want to – a nice touch for an AAA game that the community and fans responded very positively to.

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Unfortunately, Ubisoft’s recently-released DLC for AC: Odyssey has left players with a bitter taste in their mouths, as it appears that the company’s gotten rid of the option to play as a homosexual character.

The DLC for Legacy of the First Blade, Shadow Heritage, includes mandatory in-game relationships, and yes, they’re heterosexual.



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