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Tits or GTFO: Age of Conan devs apologize for shrinking in-game boobs

Jun 05 // Colette Bennett

This story has been the best of my day so far. Apparently, Funcom, the developers behind Age of Conan, started to get complaints recently that the female characters in the game had decidedly smaller breasts than they had sported previously. It was even posted on the official site's forums, complete with before and after pics. Need MOAR BOOBS PLEASE!

In an offcial statement about the issue, Funcom said:

"Funcom can confirm that some of the female models in the game have had the size of their breasts changed ... this is due to an unintended change in data that was introduced in an earlier patch, data which controls the so-called morph values associated with character models and the size of their respective body parts. We are working on a fix for this and your breasts should be back to normal soon."

Your breasts will be back to normal soon! I really can't stop laughing. The response of the forum users is mixed to say the least, but it's clear that some of them are as amused as we are. I'd like to say something about how this reflects on society, but really, it's all been said. Just give me some proper watermelon-sized tits and get the frak out.

[Via CVG -- Thanks, Justin]


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