Atlus eases up on Persona 5 streaming

Atlus eases up on Persona 5 streaming

Persona 5 publisher Atlus launched the acclaimed JRPG earlier this month with some unusually stringent guidelines on what could and could not be streamed. After a lot of backlash from fans, the game’s publisher has eased up on its restrictions.

Originally, Atlus said it wouldn’t allow people to stream sections of the game set after 7th July in-game. Given that the title spans the nine-month length of a Japanese school year, which begins in April, this effectively meant that only the first third of the game would be available for viewers to watch.

Now Atlus has restructured its rules and is allowing people to stream all the way up until 19th November “when the main story gears up for the final act.” In other words, we went from one third of the game being streamable to its first eight ninths. That’s a massive difference.

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Original Post By – Eurogamer 

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