Rockstar Had To Remove More Than 15,000 N-Words From Grand Theft Auto V

Rockstar isn’t exactly known for the use of subtlety in its games. Both of the developer’s flagship properties, Red Dead Redemption and Grand Theft Auto, go in heavy on their overt satire of American culture but, in Grand Theft Auto V‘s case especially, the unabashed studio decided to take a step back and reconsider.

While at McM Comic Con in London, voice actors Ned Luke (Michael), Shawn Fonteno (Franklin) and Steven Ogg (Trevor) collectively hosted a panel in order to answer the attending crowd’s burning questions. As part of the Q&a, Fonteno revealed that Rockstar, in editing his recordings, had to remove over 15,000 instances of the word “N***a” being used. Fans who have spent endless hours touring Los Santos will be well aware that the word remains present in-game, of course, but Fonteno notes that Rockstar’s edits were simply a result of his
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