A new update regarding Cyberpunk 2077 has come up, and it carries great news for streamers out there. As you might already know, there have been increasing cases of DMCA violations on streaming and content creation platforms.
Twitch banned a lot of streamers recently due to copyright claims because of the music they played on their streams. The number of DMCA strikes on the platform has kept increasing, and there have been times when Twitch has not provided any details of the strike.
However, the latest updates about CP2077 have revealed that CD Projekt RED has made the game as much streamer-friendly as possible. The game features quite a rich roster of officially licensed music from various famous artists. As a result, streaming this game while avoiding copyright violations should be a major issue. But the devs have got the streamers covered.
The game will contain an option that streamers can turn off to disable licensed music during gameplay. However, this does not mean that the gameplay will have no music at all. The option will replace licensed music with over 150 custom songs that streamers can play freely on their channel.
Recently, Dr Disrespect posted a tweet announcing “a DMCA-strike free, FULL audio experience” on the 10th of December. Following the latest delay in release, CD Projekt RED has announced that it will release Cyberpunk 2077 on the 10th of December. We believe this streamer-friendly feature is what the Two-Time means by a “DMCA-strike free” experience.
Looks like all is going well for the upcoming open-world RPG from CDPR. We just hope the devs don’t delay the game yet again.