The developer sent a warning to content creators not to suffer from copyright. This company classic was relaunched within the Blizzard Arcade Collection pack.
Touring race tracks with rock music playing in the background is the dream of many drivers. This is the experience offered by Rock N ‘Roll Racing, a Blizzard classic that was originally released in 1993 for the Super Nintendo and the Sega Mega Drive. After Blizzconline 2021, the company released a compilation called Blizzard Arcade Collection where they join their titles released on consoles. However, streamers who want to enjoy this video game live should know that the best option is to disable the music.
The main reason is that this new edition of the video game includes chiptune versions of artists such as Deep Purple o Black Sabath. That’s why Rock N ‘Roll Racing offers the option of disable licensed music. In recent times, platforms such as Twitch have received numerous copyright claims for licensed content uploaded by their users. Blizzard itself has confirmed that despite being versions, claims of this type may occur if they are not deactivated.
“If you stream Rock N ‘Roll Racing from the Blizzard Arcade Collection, the game has a licensed soundtrack that is not admitted for streaming. If you choose to stream, please do so with the music off, ”said Adam Fletcher, the company’s community manager.
PSA: If you stream Rock N Roll Racing from the Blizzard Arcade Collection, the game has a soundtrack of licensed music which is not cleared for streaming.
If you choose to stream, please do so with the music turned off.
— Adam Fletcher (@PezRadar) February 20, 2021