You may have heard a few weeks ago that Atlus was really strict in terms of people streaming/posting videos on Persona 5. The company has now somewhat lifted its restrictions.
Atlus posted an apology on the matter over on its official website. Atlus didn’t anticipate all of the negative press and many Persona 5 fans urged them to change their ways.
They said: “Because we want to give players the most access to the game while respecting the original goal, we’re now asking players to refrain from streaming or posting video past the end of the in-game date of 11/19—when the main story gears up for the final act.”
Instead of restricting people from streaming/posting videos of the majority of the game, you are now just not allowed to show footage of the final palace. As aforementioned, the final palace takes place from November 19th in the in-game calendar.
Atlus also wanted to apologize for its previous guidelines for being seen as “threatening”. They said it was never their intention to give people copyright strikes and it was the wrong stance/tone to use.