CyberPunk 2077 mocks ‘streamer mode’ for disabling copyrighted music

CyberPunk 2077 mocks 'streamer mode' for disabling copyrighted music

In October, Twitch Surrounded After streaming service its capabilities will be on DMCA over play music in the background. Notices streamers have accumulated a tremendous amount of content until the last IAA, warm up. it seems Cyber ​​Punk 2077 Developer CD Project Red got noticed.

The developer has come up with a solution for streamers who are worried about getting into trouble due to copyrighted tunes. The game, which is due out on December 10, will come with an option to disable certain songs from being played in an attempt to avoid copyright strikes during streaming, Polygon Reports.

“For content creators, we know that licensed music can sometimes be a problem,” said Holly Bennett, Head of Communication at CD Project Red UK. “So with this new mode, you can disable a select few tracks that might cause some problems, replace them with another song and help avoid problems.”

When on, the feature automatically excludes copyrighted songs, but players have the option to switch off the feature at their discretion.

Cyber ​​Punk 2077 The hit-making artist promised to present “150 types of curved tracks”Run Jewels, Nina Kravis, Grimes, Gazelle Twin, Rat Boy.

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