Ubisoft has changed a divisive cut-scene in DLC for Assassin's Creed Odyssey, one that contradicted the way players had defined their character's sexuality in the main game.
In a statement on the game's official forums, Ubisoft said that player feedback had informed a decision taken by the development team to alter content in the Assassin's Creed Odyssey DLC release, Shadow Heritage.
Ubisoft said it is, "making changes to a cutscene and some dialogue in Shadow Heritage to better reflect the nature of the relationship for players selecting a non-romantic storyline.
"These changes, along with renaming a trophy/achievement, are being made now and will be implemented in an upcoming patch."
Ubisoft also said it will review the content in the next DLC episode, Bloodline, to ensure that it reflects the choices players' made in the core game.
As we reported last week, Shadow Heritage placed the game's protagonist in a heterosexual relationship, which also produced a child. Assassin's Creed Odyssey was the first game in the main series to allow players a choice in both gender and sexuality, and players complained that those choices had been invalidated.