So, i played first on the Xbox Live version, downloaded the game and everything worked fine, some people complained about a Profanity Filter on it, but it never happened to me, so i did not bother. Steam released, the Steam version had the Profanity Filter enabled (#@!#), so i sent a support ticket, because maybe it was a glitch or maybe something from the Xbox API that was not entirely ported correctly. I received that answer: "Thank you for contacting us. This is working as intended. We will look into the reason as to why it does not happen on Xbox."
It's strange. Now, i know, you kinda need a setting because not everyone wants swear words, and even racist words can get in it, but why we don't have at least a mechanic to disable them? I mean, like 3 levels of Profanity Filter: None -> Minimal -> Max, Where None is no filter, Minimal is the racial slurs and 100% prejudicial words, and Max is every single word on the Profanity Dictionary. The game is rated as M, it means Blood, Violence, Partial nudity AND Strong Language, so i don't understand why it has to be a Obligatory mechanic. I saw somewhere that the Japanese Version has the filter, but you can disable it, so i don't understand why they could not port that here.