People who are against game censorship of any kind will have one less title to worry about. Devil May Cry 5 censorship has been removed in some PlayStation 4 versions of the game. A scene involving Trish originally looked different on this system than it did on other platforms. However, the first April 2019 patch has removed the obscuring effect. This means every region except for Europe can see the original version of this scene.
Now, to understand what was going on, some spoilers are involved. This is your warning. If you'd rather download the patch, play the game, and see for yourself, then stop reading here. Walk away knowing you will have an uncensored Devil May Cry 5 PlayStation 4 experience the next time you play.
Okay. So before Nero and Nico headed back into Red Grave City to meet up with V in Devil May Cry 5, Dante, Lady, and Trish were already inside fighting Urizen and his forces. Trish was among the people overwhelmed by this new enemy's forces. She was taken and essentially used as energy and a base for one of the bosses people face in the game. When Dante finds her, she's naked. There is a scene in which he picks her up to take her to safety.
On non-PlayStation platforms, Capcom offered a rather revealing look at Trish in this scene. On the PlayStation 4, there was originally some light and lens flaring that kept people from seeing anything. Once this Devil May Cry 5 patch is applied, that is removed. Except in Europe, where the scene is still censored.
If you have been playing Devil May Cry 5 on the Xbox One or PC, well, then none of this applies to you. Only the PlayStation 4 version of the game was censored. People on those other platforms have always been able to see Trish as Capcom intended.