The console offers gamers the to correct the message, replacing the swear words with their decent equivalents. The irony of the situation is that the microblogging network itself does not prohibit community members from using harsh words. Sometimes, however, it comes to the ridiculous. One of the PS5 buyers could not post an utterly innocent tweet - the system thought it was being expressed. The gamer posted confirmation of this fact on his Twitter page.
Err... what?— Patrick Beja (@NotPatrick) November 21, 2020
I wanted to share a screenshot of the wonderful Astro’s Playroom but the PS5 asks me to “remove profanity to continue”..... not sure what the profanity is! Marketing maybe?? 😄
Anyway, it’s still a delightful game. 😁#PS5Share #ASTROsPLAYROOM pic.twitter.com/22Bg1dJfF0
The math filter is applied to all users by default. This feature is not mentioned in the System Parental Controls menu. As for Sony itself, it has not yet commented on the situation.