Just as live streaming platforms like Twitch delete video content en masse in response to an influx of DMCA deactivation requests, Cyberpunk 2077 The Projekt Red developer CD offers players a solution to the problem of streaming copyrighted music in video games. The developer gives players the option to disable certain songs in Cyberpunk 2077
“We know licensed music can sometimes be problematic for content creators,” said Hollie Bennett, UK communications director The latest Night City Wire video presentation from CD Projekt“This new mode allows you to disable a small number of selected tracks that can cause problems. Replace them with a different track to avoid problems.”
Bennett said Cyberpunk 2077 Automatically turns off these songs when players stream from the console version, but those players can turn the feature on or off. PC gamers can toggle it on and off in the game options, Bennett explained.
Cyberpunk 2077 According to the video from CD Projekt Red, around 150 tracks with a genre bend will be shown, including songs by artists such as Run the Jewels, Nina Kraviz, Grimes, Gazelle Twin and Rat Boy.
CD Projekt Red plans to release it Cyberpunk 2077 for PlayStation 4, Stadia, Windows PC and Xbox One on December 10th. The console versions are supported on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X through backward compatibility. Optimized versions for PS5 and Xbox Series X are expected in 2021.