In an effort to prevent videos of the leaked version of The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom from spreading across the Internet, Nintendo may be a victim of those who stream official game content. On Tuesday (9), streamer Alanah Pearce claimed that she suspended her Twitch account simply for her reaction to one of the official game previews posted by the Skill Up channel.
According to Alanah, who is currently at Sony Santa Monica but has been a presenter on IGN North America, She was the subject of a DMCA request in the middle of her broadcast. Although actions of this kind are common with regard to content deemed illegal, the situation is strange given that all videos with game previews contain content approved by Nintendo itself.
In a video posted to YouTube, he explained that trigger The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom note the removal of the broadcast was initiated by Nintendo itself. She was able to dispute the situation with Twitch, which hours later reviewed the suspension and restored the creator’s access to her account.
The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom arrives on Friday
Alanah Pearce’s removal request may be a result of Nintendo’s use of automated tools. Since the new game in the Zelda franchise was leaked, The company acted firmly to prevent its illegal distribution and to block their broadcast on sites like Twitch and YouTube.
As a result, quite a few legitimate content creators ended up being targeted by the company by accident. Back in April, when the Japanese developer was battling a multiplayer mod for The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, It also ended up removing several videos of the official version of the game in the process..
The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom officially hits stores next Friday (12), and Those who purchased the digital edition can now pre-download. Before the game officially launches, Nintendo will be promoting a new version of Treehouse to celebrate its release.
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