- Dec 29, 2015
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I don’t think they flirted in Remake 2.
In the Lost in Nightmare DLC, Jill says something about Chris flirting with the younger BSAA female employees. So they are not married\in a relationship and Chris is not gay (apparently, he likes 'em young too). I don't think they actually will ever touch the subject of the established character's sexual orientations. Maybe they will introduce some new gay\trans\whatever character in future games, even though I think they'll be very weary, especially after what happened with The Last of Us Part 2.What? They arent married?
Theyre just like... best friends and partners. Or maybe more, but we dont see that and they are certainly not married.
I was referring to the backlash the game got for the trans character (as well as some people only realizing in Part 2 that Ellie is a lesbian): I think that most game developers will be very wary about their character's sexual orientation in the foreseeable future in order to not stir up any controversies with the consumers (I didn't use the term "players" on purpose). They definitely won't elaborate on established characters' preferences, that's for sure.What happened with The Last of Us Part 2? Didnt they just have a trans character? Or was there something more?
Yeah, that doesn't hold up. She also doesn't show interest in the female characters so with that logic, she wouldn't be a lesbian either.LOL how did I miss this colorful fabulous thread?
Anyway there is no evidence to support that Chris is a homosexual. None. In fact, there's more evidence to the contrary as in his early bio he's known as a ladies man.
Unless he's like, one of those sly "pornstar gay" types who likes having sex with women but goes home to a male partner. I've heard of stuff like that but again, it's pure speculation and not an ounce of evidence supports it. The theory that Rebecca is a lesbian because she doesn't show much interest in any of the male characters holds as much water. It may prove sexual introversion but not outright homosexuality.