The developer Beenox has updated Nitro-Fueled Crash Racing Team to modify and rename some racially insensitive skins of PS4, Nintendo Switch and Xbox One. More specifically, the team made some changes to Tawna's skin in the game that some of the Reset Era's pointed out the Last week they were a bit problematic because of how insensitive it is. For those who missed all the commotion, Beenox and the remake were attacked by their skin "Watermelon Tawna", which was considered offensive by having a dark coat and a watermelon shirt. Having said that, Beenox has changed the skin to Summertime Tawna.
As you may know, the mask was not released in the game, but was produced when the first season of the Grand Prix of the title began, which brought Tawna and the Nitro Squad to play for free on July 3. But then with the game In the last update of July 12, the aspect was changed or, at least, its name changed.
In addition to the controversial skin of Tawna, he also changed the name of some other skins. For example, "White Tawna" is now "White Tiger Tawna". Basically, any name that had Black or White and then the name of the character has been adjusted.
At the time of publication, Beenox has not addressed the dispute with a statement, but has corrected the supervision.
Nitro-Fueled Crash Racing Team It is available for PS4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch. No word from a PC or the Google Stages port. To get more news and media in the new version, be sure to take a look at all of our previous title coverage by clicking here. If you have not already done so, be sure to check out our official game review to find out what we think of Beenox's effort to revive the classic 90 kart racer.
"In 1999, I played Crash Team Racing for hours and hours with my older brother ", reads the opening of the magazine." 20 years later, enjoying it equally. Crash Team Racing Nitro Fueled "It's like the game I remember, except it's much better to look at it and there's a bit of new content that makes it a bizarre and nostalgic journey."
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