Yeah this is a low-effort profanity filter. I assume they looked up the requirements for multiplayer and age restrictions and Sony and Steam made it clear that, if they don’t protect minors, NMS would be classified as 18+ by default. So they just got a list of international swearwords, searched and replaced them by asterisks, “job done”.
Our current theory is that ‘got’ is blocked because Göt is Turkish for a$$. And 69 is blocked to prevent innocent 10y-olds from giggling themselves to pieces.
I have no idea what’s up with 705 though, but as you can see, it could stem from any culture or language… just as an example, in German in the 20th century, calling a man a “175” used to be an insult (as short for, “you ought to be imprisoned according to legal paragraph 175”), it could be something as absurd as that…
So 70553r works but 705 by itself not??