Over the weekend, Blizzard Entertainment announced a number of new releases, including data Blizzard Arcade Collection which includes and final editions of The Lost Vikings, Rock N ‘Roll Racing and Blackthorne. But the release comes with a caveat for streamers.
Blizzard has released the Arcade Collection on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, and PC. It can also be read in PS5 Y Xbox Series X | S thanks to backward compatibility. Inevitably streamers take advantage of this and share old games with their sweats, but as Eurogamer reports , there is an obstacle to playing Rock N ‘Roll Racing specifically.
As the tweet from Adam Fletcher, community developer at the top of Blizzard shows, Blizzard is warning streamers to turn off the racing game music. This is because it includes a number of chiptune versions of classical songs, none of which are licensed for streaming. In other words, letting it play you will likely see a broadcast deleted with a copyright claim or cut audio.
This is certainly a blow to streamers eager to show off the classic game, but it’s probably not a total surprise, such is the state of music licensing and copyright removal on different streaming platforms.
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