Sometimes video game developers put something into a game that they shouldn't. Back in the day, doing something like that would require them to bring the game back in and take out the content that was classified as offensive. These days, it's as simple as sending out a patch or update.
The upcoming "God of War: Ascension" is apparently shipping to retail outlets with a Trophy that has a title that might offend some people. As you can see above, the name of the Trophy is "Bros Before Hos". The Trophy is gotten after Kratos beats Fury, a female boss in the game.
Thanks to some early reviews, there were some complaints about the Trophy name, so it's getting a Trophy patch that will chance the title of the Trophy. Once the game launches, players will have to download the patch, which will change the name to "Bros Before Foes". Admittedly, it's a much better title then the original one.
"We have created and will soon push out a patch for God of War: Ascension that alters the title of one of the game Trophies. The text was offensive to some members of our community and impacted their enjoyment of the game," Sony Santa Monica's statement noted. "We are endlessly committed to ensuring that our community can fully enjoy the experiences the team has created. As such, we've addressed the feedback and amended the Trophy in question."
The patch is only for the Trophy name, and will not affect anything else in the game.
"God of War: Ascension" will launch exclusively for the PlayStation 3 on March 12, 2013.