Certified soundtrack “not cleared for streaming”
by Liam Doolan 4 hours earlier
According to a story from Kotaku, Twitch went on a purge back in November in 2015 and removed all licensed music and sound impacts. Its become so bad that yesterdays Metallica show during BlizzCon was replaced with generic audio.
the existing state of Twitch: the official Twitch Gaming channel cut off the live Metallica show to play 8bit folk music to avoid DMCA pic.twitter.com/sCn56So8Ee— Rod Breslau (@Slasher) February 19, 2021
Throughout BlizzCon Online this weekend, Blizzard announced (and released) a three-in-one retro selection consisted of The Lost Vikings, Rock N Roll Racing and Blackthorne.
Just days after the launch of the Blizzard Arcade Collection, Blizzards Adam Fletcher has provided a warning about streaming Rock N Roll Racing on platforms such as Twitch. The licensed soundtrack in this particular video game is unclear for streaming, indicating strikes will likely be dispensed if its not switched off.
PSA: If you stream Rock N Roll Racing from the Blizzard Arcade Collection, the game has a soundtrack of certified music which is not cleared for streaming.If you select to stream, please do so with the music shut off.– Adam Fletcher (@PezRadar) February 20, 2021
Be sure to turn off Rock N Roll Racings music prior to you start streaming this collection online. The Blizzard Arcade Collection is readily available now from the Switch eShop for $19.99.
Be sure to turn off Rock N Roll Racings music before you begin streaming this collection online. The Blizzard Arcade Collection is available now from the Switch eShop for $19.99. Leave a comment down below.