You’d think at this point, any customization presented in a game will always by default include both gender options. Not just because it’s not cool to leave out the female playable character for the female gamers, but because why would you want to have to deal with all the accusations of sexism and misogyny that inevitably follow if you don’t include the female option? Honestly, at this point, it’s an industry standard. I don’t understand how when Ubisoft decided to add in custom characters in the new AC that a female option wasn’t in there from the beginning by default.