China’s harsh censorship laws have now managed to make their way into the Chinese version of the absurdly popular mobile game that is Fate/Grand Order, with two of the game’s scantily clad servants having their character art removed or altered to ensure the purity of the upstanding Chinese people.
The original character illustrations:
The alterations, which involved the removal of the aforementioned illustrations and the cropping of portraits, though it seems the in-game models were unaffected:
A video covering the censorship:
As compensation, players were rewarded 100 Quartz (in-game currency) to make them shut up and get back to dutifully shoveling money into the pockets of their mobile masters.