Camel toes in PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds won't make it to live servers, were an accidentTime: Dec. 12, 2017 From: SCDKey
The controversial camel toe from Playerunknowns Battlegrounds Xbox One Key Global was apparently an accident. PlayerUnknown himself tweeted that the character model on the test servers is an independent work and has not been changed for two years.
If you do not know what Camel Toe is, go to the urban dictionary, but to be honest, you probably find yourself based on the image above. However, fans of the game were disappointed by the apparent sexualization of female avatars in PUBG by expressing dissatisfaction with the Twitter character templates that recently appeared on the game's test servers.
Fortunately, the arrival of the new model to the test servers seems to have been an error. Brendan Greene tweeted: "After seeing it, it seems that it was part of the character model of an external provider when we started the project" and "updates with changes soon" before apologizing for offense caused.
Less than a week after the publication of PUBG, this may not be the kind of advertising the developers are looking for.