@Drakaina The thing is, there are games/media that are released in various parts of the world that are on par or go way further than what the cutscenes involved. Furthermore, there really is no legal issues as the files for the cutscenes were found within the game's files. If those cutscenes were illegal, it wouldn't even be legal to have them within the game files, as it would count as distributing it none the less.
In reality, there are no legal issues. I wrote this in the opening post:
The removed cutscene is overall tame and there are far more erotic things. An example would be Kohri's outfit during the end of Chapter 4 of Episode 4 and throughout Chapter 5. It is designed in a manner to resemble a BDSM outfit and specifically draws attention to her chest and groin; the outfit is far more erotic than the bath towels that the girls wear in the removed cutscene. Also remember that the game is rated M and there are far more explicit M rated games; take Senran Kagura for example. Yes, Kohri and Hitsugi are only 16, and thus are under the age of majority in a number of countries (US included), but so are many characters in Senran Kagura, again as an example. Senran Kagura goes uncensored on every platform except for Sony's and is available in many countries. This, combined with the aforementioned reasons, makes it unlikely for there to be any legal issue for the game to go uncensored. The more likely culprit is western cancel culture.
The only risk is really just cancel culture, which honestly would work more in favor of the game considering how when cancel culture went after animes like Shield Hero and Uzaki, it just made them more popular.