EA Calls Shenanigans on Tiger Woods Nudity Mod

Paul Lilly

According to a NSFW article in The Sun , 26-year-old gamer Jo Eley claims she spent a long time customizing her character in EA's Tiger Woods PGA Tour 11 to resemble herself using face-mapping technology. Pleased with the result, Eley took to the fairway only to discover that her in-game character was strutting around topless. Another Hot Coffee-esque mod, perhaps?

No way, says EA. In a statement to the U.K. paper, EA said there's no hidden nudity code in the game and that hackers are to blame.

"We have extensively investigated and have determined that this situation is not possible through a retail copy of the game," EA said . "The player model is clearly modified as a result of hacking."

A naughty Easter egg of sorts allowed gamers to unlock explicit scenes in Rockstar's Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas game, which was known as the Hot Coffee mod. The assertion here is that this is the same type of thing, but we tend to side with EA on this one. It's a little bit suspect that this is an exclusive story to The Sun without any public posting of a supposed nudity mod, and given the much publicized events surrounding Tiger Woods' personal life off the golf course, the timing seems suspect.

Here's a link to The Sun's writeup, though be warned photos and videos make this very much NSFW: " Tiger Woods on the wayeystation! "

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